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Stabilization of Kac polynomials: some conjectures

  title={Stabilization of Kac polynomials: some conjectures},
  author={Lucien Hennecart},
  journal={arXiv: Representation Theory},
We give some conjectures concerning the behaviour of Kac polynomials of quivers when increasing the number of arrows: they seem to converge in the ring of power series, with a linear rate of convergence. We prove the convergence for the Kronecker quiver in dimension $(1,d)$. It would be nice to find a geometric interpretation of this, either in terms of Nakajima quiver varieties, or in terms of Lusztig nilpotent varieties. All computations were made using SageMath. 


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