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Large tilting modules and representation type  [PDF]
L. Angeleri Huegel,O. Kerner,J. Trlifaj
Mathematics , 2008,
Abstract: We study finiteness conditions on large tilting modules over arbitrary rings. We then turn to a hereditary artin algebra R and apply our results to the (infinite dimensional) tilting module L that generates all modules without preprojective direct summands. We show that the behaviour of L over its endomorphism ring determines the representation type of R. A similar result holds true for the (infinite dimensional) tilting module W that generates the divisible modules. Finally, we extend to the wild case some results on Baer modules and torsion-free modules proven in [AHT] for tame hereditary algebras.
Large tilting sheaves over weighted noncommutative regular projective curves  [PDF]
Lidia Angeleri Hügel,Dirk Kussin
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: Let $\mathbb{X}$ be a weighted noncommutative regular projective curve over a field $k$. The category $\operatorname{Qcoh}\mathbb{X}$ of quasicoherent sheaves is a hereditary, locally noetherian Grothendieck category. We classify all tilting sheaves which have a non-coherent torsion subsheaf. In case of nonnegative orbifold Euler characteristic we classify all large (that is, non-coherent) tilting sheaves and the corresponding resolving classes. In particular we show that in the elliptic and in the tubular cases every large tilting sheaf has a well-defined slope.
Tilting, cotilting, and spectra of commutative noetherian rings  [PDF]
Lidia Angeleri Hügel,David Pospisil,Jan Stovicek,Jan Trlifaj
Mathematics , 2012, DOI: 10.1090/S0002-9947-2014-05904-7
Abstract: We classify all tilting and cotilting classes over commutative noetherian rings in terms of descending sequences of specialization closed subsets of the Zariski spectrum. Consequently, all resolving subcategories of finitely generated modules of bounded projective dimension are classified. We also relate our results to Hochster's conjecture on the existence of finitely generated maximal Cohen-Macaulay modules.
Torsion pairs and filtrations in abelian categories with tilting objects  [PDF]
Jason Lo
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: Given a noetherian abelian category $\mathcal Z$ of homological dimension two with a tilting object $T$, the abelian category $\mathcal Z$ and the abelian category of modules over $\text{End} (T)^{\textit{op}}$ are related by a sequence of two tilts; we give an explicit description of the torsion pairs involved. We then use our techniques to obtain a simplified proof of a theorem of Jensen-Madsen-Su, that $\mathcal Z$ has a three-step filtration by extension-closed subcategories. Finally, we generalise Jensen-Madsen-Su's filtration to a noetherian abelian category of any finite homological dimension.
Noetherian hereditary categories satisfying Serre duality  [PDF]
Idun Reiten,Michel Van den Bergh
Mathematics , 1999,
Abstract: In this paper we classify noetherian hereditary abelian categories satisfying Serre duality in the sense of Bondal and Kapranov. As a consequence we obtain a classification of saturated noetherian hereditary categories. As a side result we show that when our hereditary categories have no nonzero projectives or injectives, then the Serre duality property is equivalent to the existence of almost split sequences.
Tilting Modules over Almost Perfect Domains  [PDF]
Jawad Abuhlail,Mohammad Jarrar
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: We provide a complete classification of all tilting modules and tilting classes over almost perfect domains, which generalizes the classifications of tilting modules and tilting classes over Dedekind and 1-Gorenstein domains. Assuming the APD is Noetherian, a complete classification of all cotilting modules is obtained (as duals of the tilting ones).
Tilting Modules over Tame Hereditary Algebras  [PDF]
Lidia Angeleri Hügel,Javier Sánchez
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: We give a complete classification of the infinite dimensional tilting modules over a tame hereditary algebra R. We start our investigations by considering tilting modules of the form T=R_U\oplus R_U /R where U is a union of tubes, and R_U denotes the universal localization of R at U in the sense of Schofield and Crawley-Boevey. Here R_U/R is a direct sum of the Pr\"ufer modules corresponding to the tubes in U. Over the Kronecker algebra, large tilting modules are of this form in all but one case, the exception being the Lukas tilting module L whose tilting class Gen L consists of all modules without indecomposable preprojective summands. Over an arbitrary tame hereditary algebra, T can have finite dimensional summands, but the infinite dimensional part of T is still built up from universal localizations, Pr\"ufer modules and (localizations of) the Lukas tilting module. We also recover the classification of the infinite dimensional cotilting R-modules due to Buan and Krause.
Stability conditions, torsion theories and tilting  [PDF]
Jon Woolf
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: The space of stability conditions on a triangulated category is naturally partitioned into subsets $U(A)$ of stability conditions with a given heart $A$. If $A$ has finite length and $n$ simple objects then $U(A)$ has a simple geometry, depending only on $n$. Furthermore, Bridgeland has shown that if $B$ is obtained from $A$ by a simple tilt, i.e.\ by tilting at a torsion theory generated by one simple object, then the intersection of the closures of $U(A)$ and $U(B)$ has codimension one. Suppose that $A$, and any heart obtained from it by a finite sequence of (left or right) tilts at simple objects, has finite length and finitely many indecomposable objects. Then we show that the closures of $U(A)$ and $U(B)$ intersect if and only if $A$ and $B$ are related by a tilt, and that the dimension of the intersection can be determined from the torsion theory. In this situation the union of subsets $U(B)$, where $B$ is obtained from $A$ by a finite sequence of simple tilts, forms a component of the space of stability conditions. We illustrate this by computing (a component of) the space of stability conditions on the constructible derived category of the complex projective line stratified by a point and its complement.
Stratifications of derived categories from tilting modules over tame hereditary algebras  [PDF]
Hongxing Chen,Changchang Xi
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: In this paper, we consider the endomorphism algebras of infinitely generated tilting modules of the form $R_{\mathcal U}\oplus R_{\mathcal U}/R$ over tame hereditary $k$-algebras $R$ with $k$ an arbitrary field, where $R_{\mathcal{U}}$ is the universal localization of $R$ at an arbitrary set $\mathcal{U}$ of simple regular $R$-modules, and show that the derived module category of $\End_R(R_{\mathcal U}\oplus R_{\mathcal U}/R)$ is a recollement of the derived module category $\D{R}$ of $R$ and the derived module category $\D{{\mathbb A}_{\mathcal{U}}}$ of the ad\`ele ring ${\mathbb A}_{\mathcal{U}}$ associated with $\mathcal{U}$. When $k$ is an algebraically closed field, the ring ${\mathbb A}_{\mathcal{U}}$ can be precisely described in terms of Laurent power series ring $k((x))$ over $k$. Moreover, if $\mathcal U$ is a union of finitely many cliques, we give two different stratifications of the derived category of $\End_R(R_{\mathcal U}\oplus R_{\mathcal U}/R)$ by derived categories of rings, such that the two stratifications are of different finite lengths.
Reduction of $τ$-tilting modules and torsion pairs  [PDF]
Gustavo Jasso
Mathematics , 2013, DOI: 10.1093/imrn/rnu163
Abstract: The class of support $\tau$-tilting modules was introduced recently by Adachi, Iyama and Reiten. These modules complete the class of tilting modules from the point of view of mutations. Given a finite dimensional algebra $A$, we study all basic support $\tau$-tilting $A$-modules which have given basic $\tau$-rigid $A$-module as a direct summand. We show that there exist an algebra $C$ such that there exists an order-preserving bijection between these modules and all basic support $\tau$-tilting $C$-modules; we call this process $\tau$-tilting reduction. An important step in this process is the formation of $\tau$-perpendicular categories which are analogs of ordinary perpendicular categories. Finally, we show that $\tau$-tilting reduction is compatible with silting reduction and 2-Calabi-Yau reduction in appropiate triangulated categories.
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