We prove that separable C*-algebras whiC*-algebras provided that one algebra has stable rank one; close C*-algebras must have affinely homeomorphic spaces of lower-semicontinuous quasitraces; strict comparison is preserved by sufficient closeness of C*-algebras. We also examine C*-algebras which have a positive answer to Kadison's Similarity Problem, as these algebras are completely close whenever they are close. A sample consequence is that sufficiently close C*-algebras have isomorphic Cuntz semigroups when one algebra absorbs the Jiang-Su algebra tensorially. © 2014 Mathematical Sciences Publishers.
|Journal||Analysis and PDE|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2014|
- Cuntz semigroup