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Bimodule and Matrix Problems

  • Serge Ovsienko
Conference paper
Part of the Progress in Mathematics book series (PM, volume 173)

Abstract

This talk is devoted to an approach to the representat on theory over an algebraically closed field k. I call it constructive representation theory and the main technical feature here is that instead of working with a category of representations we are working with an object, “presententing” (in a sense explained below) this category. This object often allows combinatorial description, therefore a such approach produces many combinatorial algorithms, which are both of a theoretical value and can be realized in form of computer programs as well.1

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Quadratic Form Associative Algebra Representation Category Springer Lecture Note Matrix Problem 
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