In operator algebras, an algebra is said to be approximately finite-dimensional if it contains an increasing sequence of finite-dimensional subalgebras that is dense. One can consider

Approximately finite dimensional C*-algebras, or

Approximately finite-dimensional von Neumann algebras.

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