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### Symmetries of modular categories coming from quantum groups

This is a request for references about the computation of the braided autoequivalences of fusion categories coming from a quantum group. I could not find even the description of braided ...

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### Comodules of the $B,C$ and $D$ series quantum groups

In Section 11.5 of Klimyk and Schmudgen's book on quantum groups, explicit presentations of the isomorphism classes of comodules of ${\cal O}(GL_q(N))$ are given in terms of its "quantum minors". In ...

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### Reference request: compatibility conditions of four versions of Yetter-Drinfeld modules

There are four versions of compatibility conditions of Yetter-Drinfeld modules (left-left, left-right, right-left, right-right) in the article. Are there some references which derive these ...

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### How to show that Yetter-Drinfeld condition is equialent to $\Psi$ is a braiding

Let $H$ be a Hopf algebra and $V$ a right $H$-module and right $H$-comodule. The module $V$ is a Yetter-Drinfeld module over $H$ if and only if
\begin{align}
( v \triangleleft h_{(2)} )_{(0)} \otimes ...

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### Why does the Bogolyubov transformation work? - In language of Clifford Algebras?

Letting the standard Clifford algebra of dimension $2k$ be denoted by $Cl_{2k}$, let's denote the corresponding complex Clifford algebra via $$\mathbb{C}l_{2k}\equiv Cl_{2k}\otimes_{\mathbb{R}}\mathbb{...

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### Is $T(V)$ a Yetter-Drinfeld module over $T(V^* \otimes V)$?

Let $V$ be a vector space and $V^*$ the dual vector space. Let $T(V)$ be the tensor algebra of $V$. Is there some action $T(V^* \otimes V) \otimes T(V) \to T(V)$ and coaction $T(V) \to T(V^* \otimes V)...

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### Compatibility conditions for Yetter-Drinfeld modules

In the paper, page 28, Definition 4.2.1, the compatibility condition for a Yetter-Drinfeld module over $H$ is
$$
h_{(1)}.v_{(-1)} \otimes h_{(2)}.v_{(0)} = (h_{(1)}.v)_{(-1)}h_{(2)} \otimes (h_{(1)}....

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### Is $T(V) \rtimes T(V^* \otimes V)$ a bialgebra?

Let $V$ be a vector space and $V^*$ the dual vector space. Let $T(V)$ be the tensor algebra of $V$.
The algebras $T(V)$ and $T(V^* \otimes V)$ are bialgebras. I am trying to find some bialgebra ...

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### Are the weight spaces of indecomposable $U_q\mathfrak{sl}(2)$-modules at most 2-dimensional?

This is a follow up of this question.
Let $U_q\mathfrak{sl}(2)$ be Lusztig's integral form of the quantized enveloping algebra of $\mathfrak{sl}_2$, specialised at $q$ a root of unity. This is an ...

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### Crystal basis for quantum groups and Lie algebras

Lie $g$ be a finite dimensional complex simple Lie algebra and $U_q(g)$ the corresponding quantum group, where $q$ is not a root of unity. Every simple finite dimensional $g$-module is of the form $V(\...

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### Fusion Classification of $U_q(sl_N)$ Categories

Frohlich and Kerler classify categories with $SU(2)_k$ fusion rules and Kazdhan-Wenzl expand this to $SU(N)_k$ categories. In both cases, unless I am missing something, the classification are ...

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### Simple modules of quantum toroidal algebras

Many properties of quantum toroidal algebras are similar to quantum affine algebras. Every simple module of a quantum affine algebra of rank $n$ corresponds to an $n$-tuple of Drinfeld polynomials.
...

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### Motivations of cross product

Let $H$ be a bialgebra and $B$ an $H$-module. The cross product $B \rtimes H$ of $B$ and $H$ is $B \otimes H$ as a vector space and the multiplication in $B \rtimes H$ is defined as follows: $(a \...

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### What are the indecomposable $U_q\mathfrak{sl}(2)$-modules?

Let $\mathfrak g=\mathfrak{sl}(2)$.
Let $\zeta$ be a primitive root of unity of even order. Say $\zeta=e^{2\pi i/6}$, for concreteness.
Let $U_q\mathfrak g$ be Lusztig's integral form of the ...

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### How to obtain a classical r-matrix from a quantum R-matrix?

Let $R$ be a quantum R-matrix. Is there a procedure to dequantize $R$ and obtain a classical r-matrix? Thank you very much.

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### How to write a braiding as a matrix?

Let $V$ be the vector representation of $sl_n$. Then $V \otimes V$ is a $U_q(sl_n)$-module. Suppose that a braiding
\begin{align}
\Psi: V \otimes V \to V \otimes V
\end{align}
satisfies the ...

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### Is the cross product $A \rtimes H$ a bialgebra?

Let $H$ be a bialgebra and $A$ a $H$-module algebra. The cross product $A \rtimes H$ is defined as follows. As a vector space $A \rtimes H = A \otimes H$. The multiplication on $A \rtimes H$ is ...

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### Bialgebraic structure of Sklyanin algebra

Does Sklyanin algebra (which is an elliptic extension of the quantum group) admit a bialgebra structure or even Hopf algebraic structure? Or is it proved that it is impossible to have such a structure?...

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### Comodules of Cosemisimple Hopf Algebras

A cosemisimple Hopf algebra is one which is the sum of its cosimple sub-cobalgebras. Is it clear that a comodule of a cosemisimple Hopf algebra always decomposes into irreducible parts? Moreover, will ...

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### Try to understand the relation between Poisson Lie groups and Lie bialgebras

I am trying to understand the relation between Poisson Lie groups and Lie bialgebras. In the book Lectures on quantum groups, Page 20, Theorem 22 says that given a Poisson Lie group, we can construct ...

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### Deformation of a Hopf algebra

A deformation of a Hopf algebra is defined as follows.
On page 171 of the book a guide to quantum groups, Remark 2, it is said that Any deformation of a Hopf algebra $A$ as a bialgebra is ...

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### Is the antipode anti-bracketed?

In the book Algebras of Functions on Quantum Groups: Part I, Remark 3.1.4, we have the following result.
Let $A$ be a Poisson Hopf algebra. That is, $A$ is both a Hopf algebra and a Poisson algebra ...

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### Computing in quantum groups

I'd be interested in doing some computations in quantum groups $ U_q(\mathfrak g)$ that are conceptually simple (``is this element 0"?, and $\mathfrak g = sl_5$), but are somewhat lengthy to do by ...

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### When are the braid relations in a quasitriangular Hopf algebra equivalent?

Quasitriangular Hopf algebras have to satisfy, amongst other conditions, the following equations:
$$(\Delta \otimes \mathrm{id}) (R) = R_{13} R_{23}$$
$$(\mathrm{id} \otimes \Delta) (R) = R_{13} R_{12}...

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### The Quantum Group ${\cal O}_q(SL(n))$, for $q>1$

For the quantum group ${\cal O}_q(SL(n))$, $q\in \mathbb{R}$, I have read, without a proof, that for $p>1$, there exists a $q\in (0,1)$ such that
$$
{\cal O}_p(SL(n)) \simeq {\cal O}_q(SL(n)).
$$
...

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### Constant solution of the CYBE

I am learing how to solve the system of equations
\begin{align}
r_{12}+r_{21}=t,\ [[r,r]]=0,
\end{align}
where $t$ is the Casimir element of $g\otimes g$ corresponding to a non-degenerate invariant ...

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### The Jacobi identity of a Lie algebra?

Let $g$ be a finite dimensional real Lie algebra and $(,)$ be a nondegenerate invariant symmetric bilinear form on $g$. Let $r\in g\bigotimes g$ be a skew-symmetric solution of the MCYBE. We may ...

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### Definition of a cosemisimple Hopf algebra

A cosemisimple Hopf algebra is usually defined to a Hopf algebra which is the sum of its cosimple subcoalgebras. Does this definition assume that each cosimple subcoalgebra appears only once in the ...

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### Modular double of elliptic quantum group

By studying dynamical quantum Yang-Baxter equations and corresponding $RLL$ relations, Felder defined an elliptic version of quantum group $E_{\tau, \eta}(sl_2)$, which can be understood as $\mathfrak{...

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### How to value $\Omega$ in T-system for twisted quantum affine algebras?

Let us proceed to the unrestricted T-systems. Choose $h\in {\mathbb{C}\backslash 2\pi \sqrt{-1} \mathbb{Q}}$ arbitrarily.
The unrestricted T-system for $U_{q}(X_{N}^{(\mathfrak{k})})$ is the following ...

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### Quantum group representations from (convolution) matrix units?

Let $A=F(\mathbb{G})$ be the algebra of functions on a finite quantum group with a Haar state $$h=:\int_\mathbb{G}:F(\mathbb{G})\rightarrow \mathbb{C}.$$
There is a convolution product on $A=F(\...

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### Understanding “Decategorified” symplectic Khovanov homology

In http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0405089 Seidel and Smith constructed a link invariant using Lagrangian Floer theory that was conjectured to be equivalent to Khovanov homology. The equivalence was ...

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### Quantum Groups and quantum spaces - From algebra to Analysis

My question will be about the non-standard quantum projective space $\mathcal{A}_q(\mathbb{CP}^n(c,d))$ introduced by Dijkhuizen and Noumi. I want to see this algebra now on a von Neumann algebraic ...

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### An equation about the Lie bialgebra of a Poisson-Lie group

Let $w^{R}: G \rightarrow \mathfrak{g}\otimes \mathfrak{g}$ be the right translate of the Poisson bivector $w$ of $G$ to the identity, and let $\delta : \mathfrak{g}\rightarrow \mathfrak{g} \otimes \...

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### The quantum group SUq(n) as von Neumann algebra

i have a question about a "presentation" of the quantum $SU(n)$. Here presentation means the following. Let $(M,\Delta)$ be a quantum group in the sense of Kustermanns and Vaes. One can show that the ...

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### The coxeter number condtion in the quantum Lusztig conjecture

This is a question about the second point in Geordie Williamson's answer in
What to do now that Lusztig's and James' conjectures have been shown to be false?
,
which says that the Lusztig ...

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### How to obtain an quantization of the algebra of functions of a given space?

My question is inspired by quantum spheres and quantum projective spaces (studied by Dijkhuizen & Noumi, Vaksman & Soibelman, etc., i.e. "A FAMILY OF QUANTUM PROJECTIVE SPACES AND RELATED $q$-...

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### Are all the Lie bialgebra structure on $sl_n$ coboundary?

In the case of $sl_2$, there are three Lie bialgebra structures. We have three cobrackets $\delta: sl_2 \to \Lambda^2 sl_2$. Each $\delta$ can be written as $\delta=d r$ for some matrix $r$. Therefore ...

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### Low-dimensional classical r-matrices

Let $g= gl_2$. Suppose that $r \in g \otimes g$ satisfies the following properties:
(1) $r_{12} + r_{21} \in g \otimes g$ is $g$-invariant, $r_{12} = r$, $r_{21} = \tau \ r_{12}$.
(2) $[r_{12}, r_{...

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### Recover Poisson bracket on $C[G]$ using the Lie cobracket $\delta: g \to \Lambda^2 g$

By a theorem of Drinfeld, there is a one to one correspondence between Lie bialgebras and Poisson Lie groups. Therefore given a Lie cobracket $\delta: g \to \Lambda^2 g$, there is a Poisson bracket on ...

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### Classifications of Lie bialgebras

What is the current status of the classifications of Lie bialgebras? In particular, has the following problem been solved? Let $gl_n$ be the general linear Lie algebra. Classify all Lie cobrackets $\...

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### Classifying Low Dimensional Solutions of the Yang--Baxter Equation

What is the present situation with classifying solutions of the Yang--Baxter equation in low dimensions?
To make my question more specific, have all solutions for dimension $2$ and $3$ been ...

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### Can the ribbon category of f.d. reps of $\mathcal{U}_q(\mathfrak{sl}(2))$ be modified so the twist is trivial on the vector representation?

Consider the ribbon category of finite-dimensional representations of $\mathcal{U}_q(\mathfrak{sl}(2))$, with twist $\theta$. If $V$ is the vector representation, then $\theta_V$ is multiplication by $...

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### Cosemi-simple FRT Hopf Algebras

This question is a somewhere similar variation on an old question of mine. Given an FRT-algebra, which is to say, roughly, that it can be constructed from an R-matrix in the Yang--Baxter sense (see ...

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### How to make a premodular category a modular tensor category?

A premodular category (also called ribbon fusion category) is roughly speaking a tensor category where fusion and braiding of the objects are defined. With an extra nondegeneracy condition for the ...

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### How to compute $t_0$ and $r^0$ in Belavin-Drinfeld's classification of solutions of classical Yang-Baxter equations?

I tried to understand Belavin-Drinfeld's classification of solutions of classical Yang-Baxter equations.
In the book a guide to quantum groups, on page 83, there is an example of solutions of the ...

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### Questions about Sklyanin bracket

For every classical r-matrix $r$, there is a Poisson bracket called Sklyanin bracket associated to $r$. It is defined in (3.3) of page 5 in (http://arxiv.org/pdf/1101.0015v2.pdf) as follows.
\begin{...

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### Relation between quantum affine algebras and W-algebras

In the paper, there is a concept $qq$-characters for W-algebras $W_{q_1,q_2}$. The usual $q$-character is defined for quantum affine algebra in the paper. A $q$-character can be obtained from a $qq$-...

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### Why are quantum groups so called?

I've recently been to a seminar on quantum matrices. In particular the speaker introduced these objects as the coordinate ring of $2$ by $2$ matrices modulo some odd looking relations (see start of ...

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### Brauer-Picard for a fusion category coming from a quantum group

In Fusion Categories and Homotopy Theory, ENO attatch a 3-groupoid to a fusion category. In the case of A graded vector spaces they further compute it's truncation as an orthogonal group $O(A \...