Conference Proceedings, Canadian Mathematical Society
Volume: 24; 1998; 569 pp; Softcover
MSC: Primary 16; Secondary 18; 20
Print ISBN: 978-0-8218-1076-7
Product Code: CMSAMS/24
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Edited by Idun Reiten; Sverre O. Smalø; Øyvind Solberg
A co-publication of the AMS and Canadian Mathematical Society
This volume contains 43 research papers based on results presented at the Eighth International Conference on Representations of Algebras (ICRA VIII) held in Geiranger, Norway, in 1996. The papers, written by experts in the field, cover the most recent developments in the representation theory of artin algebras and related topics.
The papers cover: representation of tame, biserial, cellular, factorial hereditary, Hopf, Koszul, non-polynomial growth, preprojective, Temperley-Lieb, tilted and quasitilted algebras. Other topics include: tilting/cotilting modules and generalizations as \(*\)-modules, exceptional sequences of modules and vector bundles, homological conjectures, Hochschild cohomology, cyclic homology, homologically finite subcategories, representations of posets, regular modules, vector space categories, triangulated categories, moduli spaces of representations of quivers, postprojective (and preprojective) partitions, stable and derived equivalences, and pure-injective, infinite dimensional, and endofinite representations. A general background in noncommutative algebra including rings, modules, and homological algebra is required.
a unique source for the developments in the representation theory of finite dimensional and artin algebras and related topics
a wide variety of important papers by leading researchers in the field, with references to earlier developments in the field
Titles in this series are copublished with the Canadian Mathematical Society. Members of the Canadian Mathematical Society may order at the AMS member price.
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Algebras and Modules II
This book is primarily for researchers and advanced students in the representation theory of algebras and other parts of algebra.