On Representation-Finite Gendo-Symmetric Biserial Algebras

@article{Chan2016OnRG,
  title={On Representation-Finite Gendo-Symmetric Biserial Algebras},
  author={Aaron Chan and Ren{\'e} Marczinzik},
  journal={Algebras and Representation Theory},
  year={2016},
  volume={22},
  pages={141-176}
}
Gendo-symmetric algebras were introduced by Fang and Koenig (Trans. Amer. Math. Soc., 7:5037–5055, 2016) as a generalisation of symmetric algebras. Namely, they are endomorphism rings of generators over a symmetric algebra. This article studies various algebraic and homological properties of representation-finite gendo-symmetric biserial algebras. We show that the associated symmetric algebras for these gendo-symmetric algebras are Brauer tree algebras, and classify the generators involved… 

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