Gebze Technical University Mathematics Department Seminars

Classifications of Representations of Leavitt Path Algebras
Ayten Koç
İstanbul Kültür University, Turkey
Özet : LPAs (Leavitt Path Algebras) of directed graphs were defined in 2004 by Ara-MorenoPardo and Abrams-Aranda Pino as algebraic analogues of graph C*-algebras (defined in the 80’s). However, their roots go back to Bill Leavitt’s work in the 60’s. The interesting subclass of LPAs with finite GK (Gelfand Kirillov) dimension were identified and investigated by Alahmedi-Alsulami-Jain-Zelmanov in 2012-2013. They include finite dimensional algebras (GKdim=0), locally finite dimensional LPAs (GKdim≤ 1), the Jacobson (or the algebraic Toeplitz) algebra and algebraic quantum spheres of every dimension. We will start with the relevant basic definitions, give several examples and mention some of the connections between the algebraic properties of LPA and the combinatorics of the underlying digraph. The rest of the talk will be on the classifications of finite dimensional representations of LPAs and arbitrary (including the infinite dimensional ones) simple representations of LPAs of polynomial growth, as time permits.
  Tarih : 19.10.2018
  Saat : 14:00
  Yer : Gebze Teknik Üniversitesi, Matematik Bölümü Seminer Odası
  Dil : English
  Ek Dosya : Özet
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