Published online by Cambridge University Press: 12 May 2016
Proposition 2ċ5 of  states that a full coaction of a locally compact group on a C*-algebra is nondegenerate if and only if its normalisation is. Unfortunately, the proof there only addresses the forward implication, and we have not been able to find a proof of the opposite implication. This issue is important because the theory of crossed-product duality for coactions requires implicitly that the coactions involved be nondegenerate. Moreover, each type of coaction — full, reduced, normal, maximal, and (most recently) exotic — has its own distinctive properties with respect to duality, making it crucial to be able to convert from one to the other without losing nondegeneracy.
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