I guess it depends a little on what you are looking for. If you want to pay attention to the C*-side, you may want to look at Davidson (very neat presentation of. Serial Editors: Richard V. Kadison John R. Ringrose. eBook ISBN: Imprint: Academic Press. Published Date: 10th June Page Count: Fundamentals of the Theory of Operator Algebras. Special Topics Advanced Theory—An Exercise Approach. Authors: KADISON, RINGROSE.
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But if you are going to be into von Neumann algebras at all, I think that you need to have some familiarity with Ringrsoe and with Takesaki.
Author s Product display: Page – M. Remarks on the type of von Neumann algebras of local observables in quantum field theory. Alternative for Kadison and Ringrose’s book Ask Question. Extended cobounding and the hyperfinite case. Special issue dedicated to the memory of I.
Account Options Sign in. An unusual feature in a text at this level is the extent to which it is self-contained; for example, it introduces all the elementary functional analysis needed.
Algebras of unbounded kaadison and operators. Limited preview – Major concepts are sometimes presented from several points of view; the account is leisurely when brevity would compromise clarity. Automorphisms of operator algebras. Fundamentals of the theory of operator algebras. Another good place to play to get feelings on this stuff is in Jones’s online notes for his von Neumann algebras course. Theory of Operator Algebras I.
Strong continuity of operator functions. Diagonalizing matrices over operator algebras. Reflections relating a von Neumann algebra and its commutant.
The closure of the regular operators in a ring of operators. See our librarian page for additional eBook ordering options. Operator algebras with a faithful weakly-closed representation.
The trace in finite operator algebras. What you suggest about Sunder etc.
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On an inequality of Haagerup-Pisier. Finally, for reference, the recent book by Blakadar is wonderful, and is a great place to look for something, before reading up in more detail somewhere else. On representations of finite type. Derivations of operator group algebras. I’ll add a specific entry for Takesaki’s books. If you are interested in Tomita-Takesaki, in a gentler fashion, then the old books by Stratila are nice. For the von Neumann side, an option to get started is Sunder: Selected pages Title Page.
Which book can I choose then?
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