#### SPARKNOTES 101: ALGEBRA

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• K-THEORY OF STABLE GENERALIZED OPERATOR ALGEBRAS Hvedri Inassaridze A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute, Georgian Academy of Sciences, M.Alexidze St. 1, Tbilisi 380093. Georgia hvedri@rmi.acnet.ge Tamaz Kandelaki A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute, Ge

• References 363 REFERENCES (MR refers to the review of the work in Mathematical Reviews. Numbers in angle brackets at the end of each listing show pages of these notes on which the work is referred to.) Works related to major topics of this course

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