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Picture groups and maximal green sequences

  • Received: 01 July 2020 Revised: 01 February 2021 Published: 16 March 2021
  • Primary: 16G20; Secondary: 20F55

  • We show that picture groups are directly related to maximal green sequences for valued Dynkin quivers of finite type. Namely, there is a bijection between maximal green sequences and positive expressions (words in the generators without inverses) for the Coxeter element of the picture group. We actually prove the theorem for the more general set up of finite "vertically and laterally ordered" sets of positive real Schur roots for any hereditary algebra (not necessarily of finite type).

    Furthermore, we show that every picture for such a set of positive roots is a linear combination of "atoms" and we give a precise description of atoms as special semi-invariant pictures.

    Citation: Kiyoshi Igusa, Gordana Todorov. Picture groups and maximal green sequences[J]. Electronic Research Archive, 2021, 29(5): 3031-3068. doi: 10.3934/era.2021025

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  • We show that picture groups are directly related to maximal green sequences for valued Dynkin quivers of finite type. Namely, there is a bijection between maximal green sequences and positive expressions (words in the generators without inverses) for the Coxeter element of the picture group. We actually prove the theorem for the more general set up of finite "vertically and laterally ordered" sets of positive real Schur roots for any hereditary algebra (not necessarily of finite type).

    Furthermore, we show that every picture for such a set of positive roots is a linear combination of "atoms" and we give a precise description of atoms as special semi-invariant pictures.



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