Differential and Integral Forms on Non-commutative Algebras
These lectures describe an algebraic approach to differentiation and integration that is characteristic for non-commutative geometry. The material contained in Section 2 is standard and can be found in any text on non-commutative geometry, for example . Items 5 and 6, which describe concepts introduced in , are exceptions. The bulk of Section 3 is based on  and , while the Berezin integral example is taken from .
KeywordsNoncommutative geometry differential forms integral forms
Mathematics Subject Classification (2010).Primary 58B30
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