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By Joachim Cuntz, Georges Skandalis, Boris Tsygan

This quantity comprises contributions by means of 3 authors and treats facets of noncommutative geometry which are regarding cyclic homology. The authors provide particularly whole debts of cyclic thought from diversified and complementary issues of view. The connections among topological (bivariant) K-theory and cyclic conception through generalized Chern-characters are mentioned intimately. This comprises an overview of a framework for bivariant K-theory on a class of in the neighborhood convex algebras. nevertheless, cyclic conception is the typical environment for various basic index theorems. A survey of such index theorems (including the summary index theorems of Connes-Moscovici and of Bressler-Nest-Tsygan) is given and the strategies and ideas enthusiastic about the evidence of those theorems are defined.

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The c o n j u g a t i o n i s g i v e n by BE(T) ~ D E ( [ - 1 ] E T ) . (e) The d i a g o n a l i s g i v e n by BE(T) ~ BE(T) ~ D E ( T ) . (f) The identity Proof if BE(T) = e wl°gET by d e m o n s t r a t i n g deg f = 0, shown f o r then ( b ) by i n d u c t i o n f(w) = f(0) deg f < n holds in that there E* ® Q [ [ T ] ] , on deg f , and we s e t ~ where f o r feA E. = 1. e x = r x n n! Clearly Now s u p p o s e t h a t we h a v e is a unique E. expansion f(w) = Let E 7iDa. i

21) ring, b 0 of H0(P(V);~) and that the defining map in homology. in particular, isomorphism and the ring structure, zk(H,(P(V);~)) as Pontrjagin with the generator Z*(H,(P(V) ;2)) [b~ I], it is elementary on n and k using induces fact that H,(~U(V);~), algebra on H,(P(V);~) PV = z 6 Sn(V) ''' ~ z -rSk+rn(V) for each k > 0. 10) ~ ... 10). 23) then there will be an equivariant Sk(V ) + The theorem but not yet equivariantly. 21) gives 52 References I. F. Atiyah, K-Theory (Benjamin, 2. C. Crabb, ~ / 2 - H o m o t 0 p y 1980).

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