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In this paper, we show that the tilting modules over a cluster-tilted algebra $A$ lift to tilting objects in the associated cluster category $\mathcal{C}_H$. As a first application, we describe the induced exchange relation for tilting $A$-modules arising from the exchange relation for tilting object in $\mathcal{C}_H$. As a second application, we exhibit tilting $A$-modules having cluster-tilted endomorphism algebras.

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Any cluster-tilted algebra is the relation extension of a tilted algebra. We present a method to, given the distribution of a cluster-tilting object in the Auslander-Reiten quiver of the cluster category, construct all tilted algebras whose relation extension is the endomorphism ring of this cluster-tilting object.

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In this note, we consider the $d$-cluster-tilted algebras, the endomorphism algebras of $d$-cluster-tilting objects in $d$-cluster categories. We show that a tilting module over such an algebra lifts to a $d$-cluster-tilting object in this $d$-cluster category.

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Cluster algebras were introduced by S. Fomin and A. Zelevinsky in connection with dual canonical bases. To a cluster algebra of simply laced Dynkin type one can associate the cluster category. Any cluster of the cluster algebra corresponds to a tilting object in the cluster category. The cluster tilted algebra is the algebra of endomorphisms of that tilting object. Viewing the cluster tilted algebra as a path algebra of a quiver with relations, we prove in this paper that the quiver of the cluster tilted algebra is equal to the cluster diagram. We study also the relations. As an application of these results, we answer several conjectures on the connection between cluster algebras and quiver representations.

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The aim of this paper is to introduce tau-tilting theory, which completes (classical) tilting theory from the viewpoint of mutation. It is well-known in tilting theory that an almost complete tilting module for any finite dimensional algebra over a field k is a direct summand of exactly 1 or 2 tilting modules. An important property in cluster tilting theory is that an almost complete cluster-tilting object in a 2-CY triangulated category is a direct summand of exactly 2 cluster-tilting objects. Reformulated for path algebras kQ, this says that an almost complete support tilting modules has exactly two complements. We generalize (support) tilting modules to what we call (support) tau-tilting modules, and show that an almost support tau-tilting module has exactly two complements for any finite dimensional algebra. For a finite dimensional k-algebra A, we establish bijections between functorially finite torsion classes in mod A, support tau-tilting modules and two-term silting complexes in Kb(proj A). Moreover these objects correspond bijectively to cluster-tilting objects in C if A is a 2-CY tilted algebra associated with a 2-CY triangulated category C. As an application, we show that the property of having two complements holds also for two-term silting complexes in Kb(proj A).

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We present a graded mutation rule for quivers of cluster-tilted algebras. Furthermore, we give a technique to recover a cluster-tilting object from its graded quiver in the cluster category of coh $\mathbb{X}$.

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Tilting theory in cluster categories of hereditary algebras has been developed in [BMRRT] and [BMR]. These results are generalized to cluster categories of hereditary abelian categories. Furthermore, for any tilting object $T$ in a hereditary abelian category $\mathcal{H}$, we verify that the tilting functor Hom$_\mathcal{H}(T,-)$ induces a triangle equivalence from the cluster category $\mathcal{C(H)}$ to the cluster category $\mathcal{C}(A)$, where $A$ is the quasi-tilted algebra End$_{\mathcal{H}}T.$ Under the condition that one of derived categories of hereditary abelian categories $\mathcal{H},$ $\mathcal{H}'$ is triangle equivalent to the derived category of a hereditary algebra, we prove that the cluster categories $\mathcal{C(H)}$ and $\mathcal{C(H')}$ are triangle equivalent to each other if and only if $\mathcal{H}$ and $\mathcal{H}'$ are derived equivalent, by using the precise relation between cluster-tilted algebras (by definition, the endomorphism algebras of tilting objects in cluster categories) and the corresponding quasi-tilted algebras proved previously. As an application, we give a realization of "truncated simple reflections" defined by Fomin-Zelevinsky on the set of almost positive roots of the corresponding type [FZ2, FZ5], by taking $\mathcal{H}$ to be the representation category of a valued Dynkin quiver and $T$ a BGP-tilting (or APR-tilting, in other words).

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Let $H$ be a finite dimensional hereditary algebra over an algebraically closed field $k$ and $\mathscr{C}_{F^m}$ be the repetitive cluster category of $H$ with $m\geq 1$. We investigate the properties of cluster tilting objects in $\mathscr{C}_{F^m}$ and the structure of repetitive cluster-tilted algebras. Moreover, we generalized Theorem 4.2 in \cite{bmrrt} (Buan A, Marsh R, Reiten I. Cluster-tilted algebra. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc., 359(1)(2007), 323-332.) to the situation of $\mathscr{C}_{F^m}$, and prove that the tilting graph $\mathscr{K}_{\mathscr{C}_{F^m}}$ of $\mathscr{C}_{F^m}$ is connected.

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We propose a new approach to study the relation between the module categories of a tilted algebra $C$ and the corresponding cluster-tilted algebra $B=C\ltimes E$. This new approach consists of using the induction functor $-\otimes_C B$ as well as the coinduction functor $D(B\otimes_C D-)$. We give an explicit construction of injective resolutions of projective $B$-modules, and as a consequence, we obtain a new proof of the 1-Gorenstein property for cluster-tilted algebras. We show that $DE$ is a partial tilting and a $\tau$-rigid $C$-module and that the induced module $DE\otimes_C B$ is a partial tilting and a $\tau$-rigid $B$-module. Furthermore, if $C=\text{End}_A T$ for a tilting module $T$ over a hereditary algebra $A$, we compare the induction and coinduction functors to the Buan-Marsh-Reiten functor $\text{Hom}_{\mathcal{C}_A}(T,-)$ from the cluster-category of $A$ to the module category of $B$. We also study the question which $B$-modules are actually induced or coinduced from a module over a tilted algebra.

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It is well-known that any maximal Cohen-Macaulay module over a hypersurface has a periodic free resolution of period 2. Auslander, Reiten and Buchweitz have used this periodicity to explain the existence of periodic projective resolutions over certain finite-dimensional algebras which arise as stable endomorphism rings of Cohen-Macaulay modules. These algebras are in fact periodic, meaning that they have periodic projective resolutions as bimodules and thus periodic Hochschild cohomology as well. The goal of this article is to generalize this construction of periodic algebras to the context of Iyama's higher AR-theory. We start by considering projective resolutions of functors on a maximal (d-1)-orthogonal subcategory C of an exact Frobenius category B. If C is fixed by the d-th syzygy functor of B, then we show that this d-th syzygy functor induces the (2+d)-th syzygy on the category of finitely presented functors on the stable category of C. If C has finite type, i.e., if C = add(T) for a d-cluster tilting object T, then we show that the stable endomorphism ring of T has a quasi-periodic resolution over its enveloping algebra. Moreover, this resolution will be periodic if some higher syzygy functor is isomorphic to the identity on the stable category of C. It follows, in particular, that 2-C.Y. tilted algebras arising as stable endomorphism rings of Cohen-Macaulay modules over curve singularities, as in the work of Burban, Iyama, Keller and Reiten have periodic bimodule resolutions of period 4.