JournalsdmVol. 2Documenta MathematicaVolume 2 (1997) OApp. 1–29On the approximation numbers of large Toeplitz matricesA. Böttcherpp. 31–46On the finiteness of Ш for motives associated to modular formsAmnon Besserpp. 47–59Selmer groups and torsion zero cycles on the selfproduct of a semistable elliptic curveAndreas Langerpp. 61–113Hopf-bifurcation in systems with spherical symmetry. I: Invariant toriChristian Leispp. 115–138Semigroup crossed products and Hecke algebras arising from number fieldsJane ArledgeMarcelo LacaIain Raeburnpp. 139–182Bivariant $K$-theory for locally convex algebras and the Chern-Connes characterJoachim Cuntzpp. 183–193Compact complex manifolds with numerically effective cotangent bundlesHenrik Kratzpp. 195–211Maps onto certain Fano threefoldsEkaterina Amerikpp. 213–261Invariant inner product in spaces of holomorphic functions on bounded symmetric domainsJonathan ArazyHarald Upmeierpp. 263–295Higher index theorems and the boundary map in cyclic cohomologyVictor Nistorpp. 297–311On the group $H^3(F(\psi, D)/F)$Oleg T. IzhboldinNikita A. Karpenkopp. 313–333Remarks on the Darboux transform of isothermic surfacesUdo Hertrich-JerominFranz Peditpp. 335–350Supplement on curved flats in the space of point pairs and isothermic surfaces: A quaternionic calculusUdo Hertrich-Jerominpp. 351–374On the cuspidal divisor class group of a Drinfeld modular curveErnst-Ulrich Gekelerpp. 375–386Stability of $C^*$-algebras is not a stable propertyMikael Rørdam

pp. 47–59Selmer groups and torsion zero cycles on the selfproduct of a semistable elliptic curveAndreas Langer

pp. 115–138Semigroup crossed products and Hecke algebras arising from number fieldsJane ArledgeMarcelo LacaIain Raeburn

pp. 139–182Bivariant $K$-theory for locally convex algebras and the Chern-Connes characterJoachim Cuntz

pp. 213–261Invariant inner product in spaces of holomorphic functions on bounded symmetric domainsJonathan ArazyHarald Upmeier

pp. 335–350Supplement on curved flats in the space of point pairs and isothermic surfaces: A quaternionic calculusUdo Hertrich-Jeromin