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Standardly stratified algebras and cellular algebras

  • CHANGCHANG XI (a1)

Abstract

Let A be an Artin algebra. Then there are finitely many non-isomorphic simple A-modules. Suppose S1, S2, …, Sn form a complete list of all non-isomorphic simple A-modules and we fix this ordering of simple modules. Let Pi and Qi be the projective cover and the injective envelope of Si respectively. With this order of simple modules we define for each i the standard module Δ(i) to be the maximal quotient of Pi with composition factors Sj with j [les ] i. Let Δ be the set of all these standard modules Δ(i). We denote by [Fscr ](Δ) the subcategory of A-mod whose objects are the modules M which have a Δ-filtration, namely there is a finite chain

0 = M0M1M2 ⊂ … ⊂ Mt = M

of submodules of M such that Mi/Mi−1 is isomorphic to a module in Δ for all i. The modules in [Fscr ](Δ) are called Δ-good modules. Dually, we define the costandard module ∇(i) to be the maximal submodule of Qi with composition factors Sj with j [les ] i and denote by ∇ the collection of all costandard modules. In this way, we have also the subcategory [Fscr ](∇) of A-mod whose objects are these modules which have a ∇-filtration. Of course, we have the notion of ∇-good modules. Note that Δ(n) is always projective and ∇(n) is always injective.

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  • CHANGCHANG XI (a1)

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