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Excision in cyclic type homology theories of Fréchet algebras

Excision in cyclic type homology theories of Fréchet algebras
Excision in cyclic type homology theories of Fréchet algebras
It is proved that every topologically pure extension of Fréchet algebras 0 [rightward arrow] I [rightward arrow] A [rightward arrow] A/I [rightward arrow] 0 such that I is strongly H-unital has the excision property in continuous (co)homology of the following types: bar, naive-Hochschild, Hochschild, cyclic, and periodic cyclic. In particular, the property holds for every extension of Fréchet algebras such that I has a left or right bounded approximate identity.I
0024-6093
283-291
Brodzki, Jacek
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Lykova, Zinaida A.
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Brodzki, Jacek
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Lykova, Zinaida A.
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Brodzki, Jacek and Lykova, Zinaida A. (2001) Excision in cyclic type homology theories of Fréchet algebras. Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society, 33 (3), 283-291.

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It is proved that every topologically pure extension of Fréchet algebras 0 [rightward arrow] I [rightward arrow] A [rightward arrow] A/I [rightward arrow] 0 such that I is strongly H-unital has the excision property in continuous (co)homology of the following types: bar, naive-Hochschild, Hochschild, cyclic, and periodic cyclic. In particular, the property holds for every extension of Fréchet algebras such that I has a left or right bounded approximate identity.I

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Published date: May 2001

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Local EPrints ID: 29847
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/29847
ISSN: 0024-6093
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Date deposited: 11 May 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:56

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Author: Jacek Brodzki
Author: Zinaida A. Lykova

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