In algebraic geometry, there is a **Hodge to de Rham spectral sequence** and the statement of the sufficient conditions when it degenerates. Maxim Kontsevich has conjectured an extension of this to noncommutative algebraic geometry based on $A_\infty$-categories. A somewhat weaker case, in the framework of dg-categories has been proved by Dmitri Kaledin. Although the conjecture is in characteristic zero, Kaledin has used a method in positive characteristic, combining the cyclic homology with ideas from the one of the proofs of the classical Hodge-dR ss degeneration with positive characteristic methods due Pierre Deligne and Luc Illusie, involving Frobenius automorphism and so-called Cartier operator. This is one of the most nontrivial facts in noncommutative geometry.

*Degeneration of the Hodge-de-Rham spectral sequence*(pdf)- D. Kaledin, Non-commutative Hodge-to-de Rham degeneration via the method of
Deligne-Illusie, Pure Appl. Math. Quat.

**4**(2008), 785–875. - D. Kaledin, Spectral sequences for cyclic homology, in Algebra, Geometry and Physics in the 21st Century (Kontsevich Festschrift), Birkhäuser, Progress in Math.
**324**(2017), 99–129. - D. Kaledin, A. Konovalov, K. Magidson,
*Spectral algebras and non-commutative Hodge-to-de Rham degeneration*, arxiv/1906.09518

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