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Topological structure of translation-invariant noncommutative Yang-Mills
theoris are studied by means of a cohomology theory, so called ?-cohomology, which plays
an intermediate role between de Rham and cyclic (co)homology theory for noncommutative
algebras and gives rise to a cohomological formulation comparable to Seiberg-Witten map.
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