Subject: Mathematics - Rings and Algebras | Mathematics - Representation Theory
arxiv: Mathematics::Category Theory
The notion of silting mutation was introduced by Iyama and the author. In this paper we mainly study silting mutation for self-injective algebras and prove that any representation-finite symmetric algebra is tilting-connected. Moreover we give some sufficient conditions... View more
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