Operator Algebras and Quantum Statistical Mechanics
by Ola Bratteli, Derek W. Robinson
Publisher: Springer 2003
Number of pages: 505
These two volumes present the theory of operator algebras with applications to quantum statistical mechanics. The authors' approach to the operator theory is to a large extent governed by the dictates of the physical applications. The book is self-contained and most proofs are presented in detail, which makes it a useful text for students with a knowledge of basic functional analysis.
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Lecture notes on operator algebras. From the table of contents: Structure Theory I; von Neumann Algebras; States and Representations; Structure Theory II; Matrices; Automorphism Groups; Extensions; K-Theory; Nuclear C* Algebras.
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