April 5, 2012 at 2pm in Padelford C401
Jim Stark, Graduate Student, University of Washington
Quiver Theory in Sage
Quiver algebras and quiver representations are important constructions in the representation theory of associative algebras. They can encapsulate the representation theory of any finite dimensional associative algebra and are amenable to explicit algorithmic computations. In this talk I will show you how to construct and compute with these objects in Sage. I will not assume you know anything about quivers, so this talk will be part informal mathematical lecture and part Sage demonstration. Those wishing to follow along should apply trac #12630 beforehand.