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Handbook of Tilting Theory
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Tilting theory originates in the representation theory of finite dimensional algebras. Today the subject is of much interest in various areas of mathematics, such as finite and algebraic group theory, commutative and non-commutative algebraic geometry, and algebraic topology. The aim of this book is to present the basic concepts of tilting theory as well as the variety of applications. It contains a collection of key articles, which together form a handbook of the subject, and provide both an introduction and reference for newcomers and experts alike.

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'… presents a key and very active part of contemporary representation theory in a concise but complete way. It will be indispensible for a wide audience, from graduate students to active researchers in algebra, geometry and topology.'

Source: European Mathematical Society Newsletter

'In my view, the editors have succeeded in choosing a balanced selection of topics and in finding appropriate authors for the various sections. The book is seeded with a plenitude of references and will certainly be a valuable guide both for established researchers and newcomers to the field.'

Source: Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society

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