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Conf. Proc. 14 (1993) 431-447. H1 and Presentations bras of Finite MICHAEL J. edu State University, Dimensional Salisbury, Alge- Maryland EDUARDO N. br ABSTRACT In this paper we study the first Hochschild cohomology group H1 (A) of certain finite dimensional algebras and how it relates to presentations of A. In particular, we consider this relationship for monomial,directed, and a generalization of Schurian algebras. The relationship between presentations and the fundamental group ~rl (A) is also studied.
So, W ~ I_L~I ci where C~ = E(Si) is an injective envelope of Si. 5. 1 also HomR(M,C~)s is noetherian for all 1 < i < n, and M~is noetherian. Assumenow that R is a right Morita ring. Since R is right artinian, all finitely generated modules are finitely cogenerated, which yields (2)=~(3). 1. 3 LEFT AND RIGHT ALMOST SPLIT MORPHISMS Assume now that C is a module in A~ with local endomorphism ring. Recall that a homomorphismb : X -~ C with X E addA~ is said to be right almost split in add ¢~A if b is not a split epimorphism and any homomorphismh : Y --~ C where Y E addag[ and h is not a split epimorphism factors through b.
Providence R. , 1993. ca ABSTRACT In this note, we show that a derived tubular algebra is strongly simply connected if and only if it contains no full convex subcategory which is hereditary of type Am,and give several other characterisations of the strong simple connectedness of (derived) tubular algebras. INTRODUCTION The objective of this note is to give a simple (and fairly visual) characterisation the strong simple connectedness of a derived tubular algebra. A finite dimensional algebra A over an algebraically closed field is called derived tubular if there exists a tubular algebra B and an equivalence of triangulated categories between the derived categories Db (modA)--- Db(modB)of bounded complexes of finitely generated right A- and B-modules,respecti’~ely.
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