K-theory of certain purely infinite crossed products
It was shown by Rørdam and the second named author that a countable group G admits an action on a compact space such that the crossed product is a Kirchberg algebra if, and only if, G is exact and non-amenable. This construction allows a certain amount of choice. We show that different choices can lead to different algebras, at least with the free group.
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