The Picard crossed module of a braided tensor category

@article{Davydov2012ThePC,
  title={The Picard crossed module of a braided tensor category},
  author={Alexei Davydov and Dmitri Nikshych},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Algebra},
  year={2012}
}
For a finite braided tensor category we introduce its Picard crossed module consisting of the group of invertible module categories and the group of braided tensor autoequivalences. We describe the Picard crossed module in terms of braided autoequivalences of the Drinfeld center of the braided tensor category. As an illustration, we compute the Picard crossed module of a braided pointed fusion category. 
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