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Let G be a ﬁnite group of order n. Show that Cr∗ (G) = CG ∼ = Mdim(σ) (C), and K0 (Cr∗ (G)) ∼ = Zc , K1 (Cr∗ (G)) = 0, b σ∈G where G is the set of irreducible representations of G and c = #(G) is the number of conjugacy classes in G. ) Since K0 (BG) is a torsion group, deduce that the assembly map A : K∗ (BG) → K∗ (Cr∗ (G)) is identically zero in all degrees. ) On the other hand, the Baum-Connes Conjecture is true for this case (for more or less trivial reasons—here EG = pt and the deﬁnition of K0G (pt) makes it coincide with K0 (Cr∗ (G))).

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The only oriented 2-manifold with positive L2 -Euler characteristic is S 2 . Every hyperbolic Riemann surface has negative L2 -Euler characteristic. And every parabolic Riemann surface (one covered by C with the ﬂat metric) has vanishing L2 -Euler characteristic. 7 (Ghys [33]). , there are real-valued functions un (smooth on the leaves) with the curvature form of eun g tending uniformly to 0. Note incidentally that the reason for using the curvature form here, as opposed to the Gaussian curvature, is that the form, unlike the Gaussian curvature, is invariant under rescaling of the metric by a constant factor.