Basic noncommutative geometry by Masoud Khalkhali

By Masoud Khalkhali

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G/. It is easy to see that f is representative if and only if it appears as a matrix entry of a finite dimensional complex representation of G. G/ denote the linear span of representative functions on G (we hope this is not confused with the representation ring of G). G/ which is closed under complex conjugation. G/. 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.

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. In Appendix A we sketch a proof of the Nullstellensatz when F is the field of complex numbers. 17) geometric constructions can be translated into algebraic terms and vice-versa. Thus, for example we have OŒV1  ˚ OŒV2  ' OŒV1 [ V2  (disjoint union); OŒV1  ˝ OŒV2  ' OŒV1 V2 ; and V is irreducible if and only if OŒV  is an integral domain.

G/ by the two-sided ideal generated by x ˝ y y ˝ x Œx; y for all x; y 2 g. It is an associative algebra and the canonical map i W g ! g/ is universal in the sense that for any other associative algebra A, any linear map ˛ W g ! x/ uniquely factorises through i . g/ ! g/ ! g/ ! X / D X for all X 2 g. g/; ; "; S / is a cocommutative Hopf algebra. g/ is the symmetric algebra of g. 3. Let H be a Hopf algebra. h/h D 1H , which shows that a group-like element is invertible. It is easily seen that group-like elements of H form a subgroup of the multiplicative group of H .

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