Admissible quiver, derived from $$$m$$$ pairwise non-equivalent exponent matrices

O.V. Zelenskiy (Kamyanets-Podilsky Ivan Ohienko National University)
V.M. Darmosiuk (Mykolaiv National University named after V.O. Sukhomlynskyi)

Abstract


This paper investigates the quivers derived from finite number of exponent matrices. The authors have proved that for any natural m, there is a quiver which is derived from m pairwise non-equivalent exponent matrices.

Keywords


exponent matrix; admissible quiver of exponent matrix; rigid quiver

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