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Turkish Journal of Mathematics

DOI

10.3906/mat-0812-9

Abstract

A mapping between projections of C^*-algebras preserving the orthogonality, is called an orthoisomorphism. We define the order-isomorphism mapping on C^*-algebras, and using Dye's result, we prove in the case of commutative unital C^*-algebras that the concepts; order-isomorphism and the orthoisomorphism coincide. Also, we define the equipotence relation on the projections of C(X); indeed, new concepts of finiteness are introduced. The classes of projections are represented by constructing a special diagram, we study the relation between the diagram and the topological space X. We prove that an order-isomorphism, which preserves the equipotence of projections, induces a diagram-isomorphism; also if two diagrams are isomorphic, then the C^*-algebras are isomorphic.

First Page

523

Last Page

536

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