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We study irreducible Smale spaces with totally disconnected stable sets and their associated
-theoretic invariants. Such Smale spaces arise as Wieler solenoids, and we restrict to those arising from open surjections. The paper follows three converging tracks: one dynamical, one operator algebraic and one
-theoretic. Using Wieler’s theorem, we characterize the unstable set of a finite set of periodic points as a locally trivial fibre bundle with discrete fibres over a compact space. This characterization gives us the tools to analyse an explicit groupoid Morita equivalence between the groupoids of Deaconu–Renault and Putnam–Spielberg, extending results of Thomsen. The Deaconu–Renault groupoid and the explicit Morita equivalence lead to a Cuntz–Pimsner model for the stable Ruelle algebra. The
-theoretic invariants of Cuntz–Pimsner algebras are then studied using the Cuntz–Pimsner extension, for which we construct an unbounded representative. To elucidate the power of these constructions, we characterize the Kubo–Martin–Schwinger (KMS) weights on the stable Ruelle algebra of a Wieler solenoid. We conclude with several examples of Wieler solenoids, their associated algebras and spectral triples.
We consider the spectral behavior and noncommutative geometry of commutators
is an operator of order 0 with geometric origin and
a multiplication operator by a function. When
is Hölder continuous, the spectral asymptotics is governed by singularities. We study precise spectral asymptotics through the computation of Dixmier traces; such computations have only been considered in less singular settings. Even though a Weyl law fails for these operators, and no pseudodifferential calculus is available, variations of Connes’ residue trace theorem and related integral formulas continue to hold. On the circle, a large class of nonmeasurable Hankel operators is obtained from Hölder continuous functions
, displaying a wide range of nonclassical spectral asymptotics beyond the Weyl law. The results extend from Riemannian manifolds to contact manifolds and noncommutative tori.
We show how the fine structure in shift–tail equivalence, appearing in the non-commutative geometry of Cuntz–Krieger algebras developed by the first two listed authors, has an analogue in a wide range of other Cuntz–Pimsner algebras. To illustrate this structure, and where it appears, we produce an unbounded representative of the defining extension of the Cuntz–Pimsner algebra constructed from a finitely generated projective bi-Hilbertian module, extending work by the third listed author with Robertson and Sims. As an application, our construction yields new spectral triples for Cuntz and Cuntz–Krieger algebras and for Cuntz–Pimsner algebras associated to vector bundles twisted by an equicontinuous
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