"The basis for noncommutative geometry is the possibility of adapting most of the classical tools, such as Radon measures, K-theory, cohomology, etc., necessary for the study of a compact space, Y, to the case where C*-Algebra A=C(Y) is replaced by a noncommutative C*-Algebra." - Alain Connes

"The basis for noncommutative geometry is the possibility of adapting most of the classical tools, such as Radon measures, K-theory, cohomology, etc., necessary for the study of a compact space, Y, to the case where C*-Algebra A=C(Y) is replaced by a noncommutative C*-Algebra." - Alain Connes

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Lnq at: 12:09 PM said...

Noncommutative Geometry, p.87.

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