By Masoud Khalkhali
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A/ associated to a finite projective A-module P depends of course on the choice of the splitting P ˚ Q ' An . A/ the corresponding idempotent. An ; Am / as compositions u W Am ! P ˚ Q ! P ! P ˚ Q0 ! An ; v W An ! P ˚ Q0 ! P ! P ˚ Q ! Am : We have uv D e; vu D f: In general, two idempotents satisfying the above relations are called Murray–von Neumann equivalent. Conversely, it is easily seen that Murray–von Neumann equivalent idempotents define isomorphic finite projective modules. Here are a few examples starting with a commutative one.
Moreover, given a morphism of varieties f W V ! W , its pullback defines an algebra homomorphism f W OŒW ! OŒV . We have thus defined a contravariant functor V Ý OŒV from affine varieties to finitely generated reduced commutative unital algebras. , it has no nilpotent elements, if and only if the ideal I is a radical ideal in the sense that if x n 2 I then x 2 I . 18): OŒV ' A D F Œx1 ; : : : ; xn =I: This shows that the coordinate ring functor V 7! 17). Showing that the functor is full and faithful is much easier.
Now let p W G G ! G/ ! xy/; denote its dual map. G G/: Let e denote the identity of G. G/. G/ as the linear span of matrix coefficients of isomorphism classes of all irreducible finite dimensional complex representations of G. fij / D n X fik ˝ fkj : kD1 This algebra is finitely generated (as an algebra) if and only if G is a (compact) Lie group. 1/ be the group of complex numbers of absolute value 1. Irreducible representations of G are all 1-dimensional and are parameterized by integers n 2 Z.
Basic noncommutative geometry by Masoud Khalkhali