Orador: Jerzy Weyman (University of Connecticut)

Resumo: In this talk I will describe the basics of quiver representations. Quiver is just an oriented

graph and its representation (over a field K) is attaching a vector space to each vertex and a linear

map to each arrow. I will discuss the structure of quiver representations and the goal is to describe a

Gabrial Theorem which characterizes quivers for which the representation theory is “easy”, i.e. we

have only finitely many indecomposal representations.

Em 16.05.2018
14:30 | CLAV - sala 138