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Mathematics > Representation Theory

Title: Potentials for Moduli Spaces of A_m-local Systems on Surfaces

Abstract: We study properties of potentials on quivers $Q_{\mathcal{T},m}$ arising from cluster coordinates on moduli spaces of $PGL_{m+1}$-local systems on a topological surface with punctures. To every quiver with potential one can associate a $3d$ Calabi-Yau $A_\infty$-category in such a way that a natural notion of equivalence for quivers with potentials (called "right-equivalence") translates to $A_\infty$-equivalence of associated categories.
For any quiver one can define a notion of a "primitive" potential. Our first result is the description of the space of equivalence classes of primitive potentials on quivers $Q_{\mathcal{T}, m}$. Then we provide a full description of the space of equivalence classes of all \emph{generic} potentials for the case $m = 2$ (corresponds to $PGL_3$-local systems). In particular, we show that it is finite-dimensional. This claim extends results of Gei\ss, Labardini-Fragoso and Schr\"oer who have proved analogous statement in $m=1$ case.
In many cases $3d$ Calabi-Yau $A_\infty$-categories constructed from quivers with potentials are expected to be realized geometrically as Fukaya categories of certain Calabi-Yau $3$-folds. Bridgeland and Smith gave an explicit construction of Fukaya categories for quivers $Q_{\mathcal{T},m=1}$. We propose a candidate for Calabi-Yau $3$-folds that would play analogous role in higher rank cases, $m > 1$. We study their (co)homology and describe a construction of collections of $3$-dimensional spheres that should play a role of generating collections of Lagrangian spheres in corresponding Fukaya categories.
Comments: 24 figures
Subjects: Representation Theory (math.RT); Algebraic Geometry (math.AG)
Cite as: arXiv:1803.06353 [math.RT]
  (or arXiv:1803.06353v1 [math.RT] for this version)

Submission history

From: Efim Abrikosov [view email]
[v1] Fri, 16 Mar 2018 18:01:30 GMT (1254kb,D)