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Representation Theory of Algebras
Edited by: Raymundo Bautista, Roberto Martínez-Villa, and José Antonio de la Peña, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM), Mexico City, Mexico
A co-publication of the AMS and Canadian Mathematical Society.
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Conference Proceedings, Canadian Mathematical Society
1996; 749 pp; softcover
Volume: 18
ISBN-10: 0-8218-0395-6
ISBN-13: 978-0-8218-0395-0
List Price: US$156
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The ICRA VII was held at Cocoyoc, Mexico, in August 1994. This was the second time that the ICRA was held in Mexico: ICRA III took place in Puebla in 1980.

The 1994 conference included 62 lectures, all listed in these Proceedings. Not all contributions presented, however, appear in this book. Most papers in this volume are in final form with complete proofs, with the only exception being the paper of Leszczyński and Skowroński, Auslander algebras of tame representation type, that the editors thought useful to include.

Titles in this series are copublished with the Canadian Mathematical Society. Members of the Canadian Mathematical Society may order at the AMS member price.

Readership

Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in associative rings and algebras.

Table of Contents

  • Dedication
  • I. Agoston, E. Lukács, and C. M. Ringel -- Frobenius functions on translations quivers
  • M. Auslander and I. Reiten -- DTr-periodic modules and functors
  • R. Bautista and R. Zuazua -- Morita equivalence and reduction algorithms for representations of coalgebras
  • V. Bavula -- Global dimension of generalized Weyl algebras
  • V. Bekkert -- A characterization of a class of schurian vector space categories of polynomial growth
  • F. Coelho, E. Marcos, H. Merklen, and A. Skowroński -- Domestic semiregular branch enlargements of tame concealed algebras
  • W. Crawley-Boevey -- Rigid integral representations of quivers
  • A. Cylke -- Representations of modular lattices generated by quasioriented graphs
  • P. Dräxler and Ch. Geiss -- On the tameness of certain \(2\)-point algebras
  • K. Erdmann -- The Auslander-Reiten quiver of restricted enveloping algebras
  • G. D'Este -- Examples of torsion theories without nice symmetries
  • R. Gentle and G. Todorov -- Extensions, kernels and cokernels of homologically finite subcategories
  • E. L. Green, E. N. Marcos, and O. Solberg -- Representations and almost split sequences for Hopf algebras
  • E. L. Green and R. Martínez-Villa -- Koszul and Yoneda algebras
  • J. Y. Guo and S. A. Sikko -- Relative global dimension and extension subcategories
  • D. Happel and J. l. Peña -- Quadratic forms with a maximal sincere root
  • L. Hille -- Examples of distinguished tilting sequences on homogeneous varieties
  • Sh. Jagadeeshan and M. Kleiner -- Stable Artin algebras: the transpose and the global dimension
  • B. Keller -- Invariance of cyclic homology under derived equivalence
  • O. Kerner and A. Kubitzek -- On three invariants of path-algebras of wild quivers
  • O. Kerner and M. Takane -- The complement of the preprojective almost complete partial tilting modules
  • W. Kimmerle -- On automorphisms of \({\mathbb Z}G\) and the Zassenhaus conjectures
  • S. König -- Strong exact Borel subalgebras and global dimensions of quasihereditary algebras
  • H. Krause -- The endocategory of a module
  • H. Lenzing -- A K-theoretic study of canonical algebras
  • H. Lenzing and H. Meltzer -- Tilting sheaves and concealed-canonical algebras
  • Z. Leszczyński and A. Skowroński -- Auslander algebras of tame representation type
  • R. Martínez-Villa -- Applications of Koszul algebras: the preprojective algebra
  • Ch. Mejer and M. Schaps -- Separable deformations of blocks with abelian normal defect group and the derived equivalent global blocks
  • R. Nörenberg and A. Skowroński -- Tame minimal non-polynomial growth strongly simply connected algebras
  • L. Peng and J. Xiao -- A realization of affine algebras of type \(\tilde A_{n-1}\) via the derived categories of cyclic quivers
  • J. l. Peña and B. Tomé -- Tame algebras with a weakly separating family of coils
  • Z. Pogorzały -- On stable equivalence induced by isomorphisms of factor algebras
  • C. M. Ringel -- Cones
  • C. M. Ringel -- The Liu-Schulz example
  • D. Simson -- Representation embedding problems, categories of extensions and prinjective modules
  • A. Skowroński -- On omnipresent tubular families of modules
  • G. Todorov and R. Yang -- Locally finitely presented bifunctors
  • L. Unger -- The partial order of tilting modules for three-point-quiver algebras
  • D. Zacharia -- On the Hochschild homology of quasi-hereditary algebras
  • A. G. Zavadskij -- On tame vectorspace categories I
  • A. Zimmermann -- Derived equivalence of orders
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