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We show that if a unital injective endomorphism of a
-algebra admits a transfer operator, then both of them are compressions of mutually inverse automorphisms of a bigger algebra. More generally, every interaction group – in the sense of Exel – extending an action of an Ore semigroup by injective unital endomorphisms of a
-algebra, admits a dilation to an action of the corresponding enveloping group on another unital
-algebra, of which the former is a
-subalgebra: the interaction group is obtained by composing the action with a conditional expectation. The dilation is essentially unique if a certain natural condition of minimality is imposed, and it is faithful if and only if the interaction group is also faithful.
We show that if
has the weak Haagerup property, then both
have the weak Haagerup property, and if
is an amenable group, then the weak Haagerup property of
implies that of
. We also give a condition under which the weak Haagerup property for
implies that of
In Hazrat gave a K-theoretic invariant for Leavitt path algebras as graded algebras. Hazrat conjectured that this invariant classifies Leavitt path algebras up to graded isomorphism, and proved the conjecture in some cases. In this paper, we prove that a weak version of the conjecture holds for all finite essential graphs.
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