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Questions about tilting theory, including questions on tilting modules, tilting sheaves, tilting complexes, and tilting objects.

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Graded quivers vs “ordinary” quivers and derived categories

I have heard the "slogan" that graded quivers are (derived) equivalent to ordinary quivers (with this "result" being attributed to Keller) and am looking for a precise statement and a reference. By a ...
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Number of tilting modules

Let $A=A_n$ be the algebra of upper triangular matrices over a field $K$ with $n$ simple modules. It is a nice result that there are $C_{n+1}=1,2,5,14,...$ (Catalan numbers for $n \geq 1$) tilting $...
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Generating $K^b(\mathrm{proj})$ as a triangulated category from a full subcategory

Let $K^b(\mathrm{proj}\, A)$ be the bounded homotopy category of chain complexes over $\mathrm{proj}\, A$. In Rickard's paper 'Derived categories and stable equivalence', he defines a tilting complex ...
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How to get $Hom_A(M,N) \cong Hom_{B^{op}}(Hom_A(N,T),Hom_A(M,T))$?

I am reading the paper"Dominant dimensions, derived quivalences and tilting modules", the link is here:http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11856-016-1327-4. On page 22,Lemma 4.2 says that let M ...
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The projective modules of an algebra and the tilting module?

Let A be an algebra. We denote by by A-proj the full subcategory of A-mod consisting of projective modules. An A-module T is called a tilting module if $proj.dim(_{A}T)=n < \infty$, $Ext_{A} ^{j} (...
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Tilting modules in positive characteristic

Consider the category of finite-dimensional representations for the algebraic group $\mathrm{SL}(n)$ in characteristic $p$. I know very little about this but am told there is a highest weight category ...
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Socle of tilting modules in the BGG category $\mathcal{O}$ over a semisimple Lie algebra

Suppose that $\mathfrak{g}$ is a finite dimensional, complex, semisimple Lie algebra. Let $\mathcal{O}$ be the BGG category over $\mathfrak{g}$. Tilting module theory play an important role in the ...
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Could Partial Tiltings be studied as Almost Complete Tiltings?

The first part of what follows is a brief recap of the definitions, setting and motivations for my questions. Experts can find the questions at the end. Here $k$ denotes an algebraically closed field,...
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An equivalence of derived categories by Happel-Reiten-Smalø

I have a problem in understanding the proof of a theorem by Happel-Reiten-Smalø. The original reference is this article http://arxiv.org/abs/0911.4473 . I write down the text of the theorem and a ...
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2-periodic derived equivalence

Let $A$ and $B$ be finite-dimensional algebras with finite global dimension over some field (in fact I am thinking of rational incidence algebras of finite posets). Suppose we know that $A$ and $B$ ...
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A canonical algebra of type $(2,2,r)$ is derived equivalent to a path algebra of type $\tilde{D}_{r+2}$ (references)

According to several articles I could find, a canonical algebra of type $(2,2,r)$ is derived equivalent to a path algebra of type $\tilde{D}_{r+2}$, where $r \geq 2$. I don't know how to obtain this ...
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Global dimension of endomorphism algebra of a coherent sheaf

Let $X$ be a smooth projective variety over algebraically closed field of characteristic zero. In one of the versions of definition of tilting object $\mathcal{F}$ on $X$ there is a requirement that ...
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Torsion pairs and projective dimension

Let $A$ denote an algebra finite dimensional, basic, and connected algebra over a algebraically closed field $K$. We denote by $mod A$ the abelian category whose objects are finitely generated right ...
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Equivalence of definitions of Tilting

There seem to be two types of definitions for what is a tilting module (as a reference, Handbook of Tilting Theory). I believe that the original definition of Ringel is Def: T, a module over a ...
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Compact generator of $D(\mathbb{P}^1)$

I suppose that Beilinson's compact generator (and, in fact, tilting object) $\mathcal{O} \oplus \mathcal{O}(1)$ in $D(\mathbb{P}^1)$ is the most well known example. I have the following simple ...
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Examples of tilting objects that don't come from exceptional sequences

This is a question on geometric tilting theory. On smooth projective variety it is possible to define in general tilting object as perfect complex that satisfy some properties, but are there examples ...
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Not isomorphic varieties with isomorphic tilting algebras

Let $X$ be a smooth projective variety over a field, than tilting object $T$ on $X$ is a perfect complex that is a compact generator of the derived category $\operatorname{D}(QCoh(X))$ and satisfies ...
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Which class of finite dimension algebra has only trivial tilting modules?

I have already knowed that selfinjective algebras have only trivial tilting modules,but besides this,is there any more?
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got any tricks to build up t-structures on derived categories?

Are there any good tricks to construct a heart of a t-structure? (I'm thinking on the derived category of coherent sheaves of some variety) I'll start with the only one I know. If $(T,F)$ is a ...
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For a pair of non-commutative ring $(R, S)$, is there a faithfully semidualizing $(R, S)$-bimodule?

Given a pair of non-commutative rings $(R, S)$, how to construct a faithfully semidualizing $(R, S)$-bimodule? Henrik Holm and Diana White introduced the concept of faithfully semidualizing ...
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tilting module

is any indecomposable projective-injective A-module a direct summand of tilting module
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Geometric picture behind tilting sheaves

I am trying to read "Tilting exercises" and have trouble to see any geometric pictures behind the formulas. So my questions are, how to think about tilting perverse sheaves? Are they just formal ...
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Inverse of a tilting module

Let $k$ be a field, $A$ an associative unital $k$-algebra, $\operatorname{\mathsf{Mod}} A$ the category of left $A$-modules and $D^b(\operatorname{\mathsf{Mod}} A)$ the bounded derived category. Let $...
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Tensor product of sheaves and modules

Hello to all, I have been looking quite recently at the following theorem: Let $X$ be a projective variety and $T$ a tilting object for $X$. If $A:=End(T)$ is the associated endomorphism algebra, ...