Partial actions and KMS states on relative graph C⁎-algebras☆

  title={Partial actions and KMS states on relative graph C⁎-algebras☆},
  author={Toke Meier Carlsen and Nadia S. Larsen},
  journal={Journal of Functional Analysis},

Quasi-Free Actions on Graph Algebras: KMS States and the Structure of Crossed Products

  • Mathematics
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