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A note on flat noncommutative connections

Tomasz Brzeziński (2012)

Banach Center Publications

It is proven that every flat connection or covariant derivative ∇ on a left A-module M (with respect to the universal differential calculus) induces a right A-module structure on M so that ∇ is a bimodule connection on M or M is a flat differentiable bimodule. Similarly a flat hom-connection on a right A-module M induces a compatible left A-action.

Dirac operator on the standard Podleś quantum sphere

Ludwik Dąbrowski, Andrzej Sitarz (2003)

Banach Center Publications

Using principles of quantum symmetries we derive the algebraic part of the real spectral triple data for the standard Podleś quantum sphere: equivariant representation, chiral grading γ, reality structure J and the Dirac operator D, which has bounded commutators with the elements of the algebra and satisfies the first order condition.

Equivariant spectral triples

Andrzej Sitarz (2003)

Banach Center Publications

We present the review of noncommutative symmetries applied to Connes' formulation of spectral triples. We introduce the notion of equivariant spectral triples with Hopf algebras as isometries of noncommutative manifolds, relate it to other elements of theory (equivariant K-theory, homology, equivariant differential algebras) and provide several examples of spectral triples with their isometries: isospectral (twisted) deformations (including noncommutative torus) and finite spectral triples.

Generalized signature operators and spectral triples for the Kronecker foliation

R. Matthes, O. Richter, G. Rudolph (2003)

Banach Center Publications

We consider two spectral triples related to the Kronecker foliation. The corresponding generalized Dirac operators are constructed from first and second order signature operators. Furthermore, we consider the differential calculi corresponding to these spectral triples. In one case, the calculus has a description in terms of generators and relations, in the other case it is an "almost free" calculus.

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