FRG Workshop on Moduli Spaces and Stability - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 1/4
The first perp in 1) is on the wrong side….
how was D(Q) defined?
what does "D()" stand for?
D() = Bounded derived cat of coh sheaves
bounded derived category of the category of finite-dimensional representations of Q (or left CQ-modules)
finitely generated CQ-modules to be precise
Sorry, Pieter is right, I missed that it was quivers now!
so D(P^n) stands for bounded derived category of coherent sheaves on projective spaces?
well, at some point Q might be a quadric :)