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On cosilting hearts over the Kronecker algebra

@inproceedings{Rapa2021OnCH,
  title={On cosilting hearts over the Kronecker algebra},
  author={Alessandro Rapa},
  year={2021}
}
This paper is about the hearts arising from torsion pairs of finite type in the category of modules over the Kronecker algebra. After a characterization of the simple objects in these hearts, we describe their atom spectrum and compute their Gabriel dimension. 

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