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Similarly, the map φ is completely positive iﬀ φn is positive for all n; it is completely isometric iﬀ φn is isometric for all n ≥ 1 and φ is completely contractive iﬀ the maps φn are contractions ( φn ≤ 1) for all n. 5]. When A is unital and φ is a complete contraction, then φ is completely positive if and only if φ(1) = φ . Approximation Properties 27 With these notions at hand we can introduce one of the main approximation properties. 1. A C ∗ -algebra A is nuclear iﬀ it has the following completely positive approximation property (CPAP): The identity map id : A → A can be approximated in the point-norm topology by ﬁnite rank completely positive contractions.
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The zero set of such a section then gives rise to σ satisfying (9). So for two vector ﬁelds with non-degenerate zeros this construction yields a one chain cs(X1 , X2 ), well deﬁned up to a boundary, satisfying ∂ cs(X1 , X2 ) = eX2 − eX1 . Let us extend this to vector ﬁelds with isolated singularities. Suppose X is a vector ﬁeld with isolated singularities. For every zero x ∈ X we choose an embedded ball Bx centered at x, assuming all Bx are disjoint. Set B := x∈X Bx . Choose a vector ﬁeld with non-degenerate zeros X that coincides with X on M \B.