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S-duality for symplectic varieties and representation theory
The Fundamental Lemma
K-homology and index theory IV: The Baum-Connes Conjecture
K-homology and index theory III: Applications of K-homology
K-homology and index theory II: Geometric K-homology and the index theorem
K-homology and index theory I: K-theory from the viewpoint of functional analysis
Moduli spaces of complex surfaces
Hall algebras
Crystal bases, Hecke algebras and equivalences of categories
Topology in two dimensions and Frobenius
algebras
Lectures on the Geometric Langlands Program
Derived
Categories in Algebraic Geometry
Mutations
for Quivers and Their Representations
The Physics of
Knot Homologies Geometry
and Quivers Noncommutative
Projective Geometry Canonical
bases for representations Lagrangian
Floer Theory Introduction
to Geometric Representation Theory, Part 1 Bezout's
theorem and nonabelian homological algebra Relativistic
Mathematics Quivers
and Lattices |
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