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Double Multiplicative Poisson Vertex Algebras

  title={Double Multiplicative Poisson Vertex Algebras},
  author={Maxime Fairon and Daniele Valeri},
We develop the theory of double multiplicative Poisson vertex algebras. These structures, defined at the level of associative algebras, are shown to be such that they induce a classical structure of multiplicative Poisson vertex algebra on the corresponding representation spaces. Moreover, we prove that they are in one-to-one correspondence with local lattice double Poisson algebras, a new important class among Van den Bergh’s double Poisson algebras. We derive several classification results… 

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