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Applications of the Gauge-invariant uniqueness theorem for graph algebras

  • Teresa Bates (a1)

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We give applications of the gauge-invariant uniqueness theorem, which states that the Cuntz-Krieger algebras of directed graphs are characterised by the existence of a canonical action of . We classify the C*-algebras of higher order graphs, identify the C*-algebras of cartesian product graphs with a certain fixed point algebra and investigate a relation called elementary shift equivalence on graphs and its effect on the associated graph C*-algebras.

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