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Freidel-Maillet type presentations of $U_q(sl_2)$

@inproceedings{Baseilhac2021FreidelMailletTP,
  title={Freidel-Maillet type presentations of \$U\_q(sl\_2)\$},
  author={Pascal Baseilhac},
  year={2021}
}
A unified framework for the Chevalley and equitable presentation of Uq(sl2) is introduced. It is given in terms of a system of Freidel-Maillet type equations satisfied by a pair of quantum K-operators K, whose entries are expressed in terms of either Chevalley or equitable generators. The Hopf algebra structure is reconsidered in light of this presentation, and interwining relations for K-operators are obtained. A Koperator solving a spectral parameter dependent Freidel-Maillet equation is also… 
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