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Critical varieties in the Grassmannian

@inproceedings{Galashin2021CriticalVI,
  title={Critical varieties in the Grassmannian},
  author={Pavel Galashin},
  year={2021}
}
We introduce a family of spaces called critical varieties. Each critical variety is a subset of one of the positroid varieties in the Grassmannian. The combinatorics of positroid varieties is captured by the dimer model on a planar bipartite graph G, and the critical variety is obtained by restricting to Kenyon’s critical dimer model associated to a family of isoradial embeddings of G. This model is invariant under square/spider moves on G, and we give an explicit boundary measurement formula… 
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