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We introduce a new category C, which we call the cluster category, obtained as a quotient of the bounded derived category D of the module category of a finite-dimensional hereditary algebra H over a field. We show that, in the simply-laced Dynkin case, C can be regarded as a natural model for the combinatorics of the corresponding Fomin–Zelevinsky cluster(More)
Here is the book you may have been waiting for for a long time, maybe for fifteen years: a general introduction to the new representation theory of finite-dimensional algebras. There has been a very surprising development in the last twenty-five years, and the need for an exposition which outlines all the techniques which have been found to be fruitful was(More)
The first part of this paper is devoted to a generalization of the notion of partial Coexeter functor from diagrams to certain types of artin rings and artin algebras. The rest of the paper is devoted to a discussion of the connection between the various Coxeter functors which exist for diagrams as well as for artin rings and artin algebras. Introduction.(More)
We investigate cluster tilting objects (and subcategories) in triangulated 2-Calabi-Yau categories and related categories. In particular we construct a new class of such categories related to preprojective algebras of non Dynkin quivers associated with elements in the Coxeter group. This class of 2-Calabi-Yau categories contains the cluster categories and(More)
We introduce a new class of algebras, which we call cluster-tilted. They are by definition the endomorphism algebras of tilting objects in a cluster category. We show that their representation theory is very close to the representation theory of hereditary algebras. As an application of this, we prove a generalised version of so-called APR-tilting.
We prove the existence of cluster characters for Hom-infinite cluster categories. For this purpose, we introduce a suitable mutation-invariant subcategory of the cluster category. We sketch how to apply our results in order to categorify any skew-symmetric cluster algebra. More applications and a comparison to Derksen-Weyman-Zelevinsky’s results will be(More)