By Charles A. Weibel

A portrait of the topic of homological algebra because it exists this present day

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For each positive integer n, e > 0, ~ ... , ~ n in M +, there exists a partial isometry u 6 M , u 2 = 0, uu* + u*u = 1, such that Araki ([1]) proved that M ~ M ® R~ if and only if Condition 2 holds. Hence we must prove that Condition 1 and Condition 2 are equivalent. Condition 2 ~ Condition 1. Let e > 0, let ~ 1 , . . , ~ be normal states on M , and let ~i be the representing vector for ~vi in P~, i = 1 , . . , n. ) (x,~) is a bounded sequence in R, and ~ is a normal state on R, then Assume now that M satisfies Condition 2.

By (3), S O 7" ~ - 7"". Transivity of <. _ Suppose r < r r, r' < r". We must verify that the pair (r, r") satisfies (1), (2), and (3). (1) is clear. For (2), note that e ' ( a ~ - a } ) = 0, and since e < e', e ( a ~ - a } ) = 0, so by (2) for (r, r'), For (3), we must prove that 115;' - ~JII 2 _< ~ E ~ j ( e " - e), W. We have -- a j ) = 4} -- e ' ( a j ) , by (b) f o r r ' e'(a} = ajt - e ( a j ) , since u' extends u = ~jr -- a j , by (b) f o r r . Thus (ay - a}) A_ (a~ - c~j), so by (3) for (r, v') and (r', r"), II~' - ~ J l !

O(a,,)) in 0 ) 1-b~ ) = l-z, <( (a n O) - 0 bn ) = z , M~. 31). Claim 4. 31). 31) holds for (en). M,, in the * - strong topology. 32), y = ( ( Proof. = 0 00) ) defines an element of L. Welet Y~ 0 00) ' f = ( (0 0 0(~. 33). Thus lye # 0 in L, so e and f cannot be centrally disjoint in L. 33). 31). 32). 33). 34), we assert first that lira ]18(en)yqen(~o - yqen~o[[ = O, Vn. 35) q~oo To see this, note first that if xq = (8(e,) - 1)yqe,, * = - e (y~x~ e ( ~ , ) ) ] ~, - Hence IJe(en)yq~,~o -- y q ~ , ~ o l l ~ = ~0(x;xq) [~ - e-~(~x;)] ~.