Representations of Algebras: Some Computational Aspects
|Letzter, E. S. (Edward S.), 1958-
|Rhoads, Kyle James
|Let n ϵ Z≥1 and R be a finitely presented k-algebra over a computable field k. We describe algorithms for computably deciding representation-theoretic properties of R, following work by Letzter. Among these algorithms is an algorithm deciding whether an n-dimensional irreducible representation exists. We also provide a package, finitely-presented-algebra, which implements these algorithms into the computer algebra system SAGE.
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|Representations of Algebras: Some Computational Aspects
|Lorenz, Martin, 1951-
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