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The Rokhlin property for inclusions of C*-algebras

Research paper by Hiroyuki Osaka, Tamotsu Teruya

Indexed on: 22 Mar '18Published on: 22 Mar '18Published in: arXiv - Mathematics - Operator Algebras



Abstract

Let $P \subset A$ be an inclusion of $\sigma$-unital C*-algebras with a finite index in the sense of Izumi. Then we introduce the Rokhlin property for a conditional expectation $E$ from $A$ onto $P$ and show that if $A$ is simple and satisfies any of the property $(1) \sim (12)$ listed in the below, and $E$ has the Rokhlin property, then so does $P$. (1) Simplicity;(2) Nuclearity;(3) C*-algebras that absorb a given strongly self-absorbing C*-algebra $\mathcal{D}$; (4)C*-algebras of stable rank one; (5) C*-algebras of real rank zero;(6) C*-algebras of nuclear dimension at most $n$, where $n \in Z^+$; (7)C*-algebras of decomposition rank at most $n$, where $n \in Z^+$; (8) Separable simple C*-algebras that are stably isomorphic to AF algebras; (9) Separable simple C*-algebras that are stably isomorphic to AI algebras; (10) Separable simple C*-algebras that are stably isomorphic to AT algebras; (11) Separable simple C*-algebras that are stably isomorphic to sequential direct limits of one dimensional NCCW complexes; (12) Separable C*-algebras with strict comparison of positive elements. In particular, when $\alpha : G \rightarrow \rm{Aut}(A)$ is an action of a finite group $G$ on $A$ with the Rokhlin property in the sense of Nawata, the properties $(1) \sim (12)$ are inherited to the fixed point algebra $A^\alpha$ and the crossed product algebra $A \rtimes_\alpha G$ from $A$.