Tensor products of higher almost split sequences

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Pasquali, Andrea; (2015)

We investigate how the higher almost split sequences over a tensor product of algebras are related to those over each factor. Herschend and Iyama gave a precise criterion for when the tensor product of an $n$-representation finite algebra and an $m$-representation finit... View more
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