Nahm sums, quiver A-polynomials and topological recursion

  title={Nahm sums, quiver A-polynomials and topological recursion},
  author={Helder Larraguivel and Dmitry Noshchenko and Miłosz Panfil and Piotr Sułkowski},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
Abstract We consider a large class of q-series that have the structure of Nahm sums, or equivalently motivic generating series for quivers. First, we initiate a systematic analysis and classification of classical and quantum A-polynomials associated to such q-series. These quantum quiver A-polynomials encode recursion relations satisfied by the above series, while classical A-polynomials encode asymptotic expansion of those series. Second, we postulate that those series, as well as their… 
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