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In this paper, we follow and extend a group-theoretic method introduced by Greenleaf-Iosevich-Liu-Palsson (GILP) to study finite points configurations spanned by Borel sets in \mathbb{R}^n,n\geq 2,n\in\mathbb{N}.We remove a technical continuity condition in a GILP's theorem in [GILP15]. This allows us to extend the Wolff-Erdogan dimension bound for distance sets to finite points configurations with kpoints for k\in\{2,\dots,n+1\}.At the end of this paper, we extend this group-theoretic ...
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Bosonizations of quantum linear spaces are a large class of pointed Hopf algebras that include the Taft algebras and their generalizations. We give conditions for the smash product of an associative algebra with a bosonization of a quantum linear space to be (semi)prime. These are then used to determine (semi)primeness of certain smash products with quantum affine spaces. This extends Bergen's work on Taft algebras.
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We consider frieze sequences corresponding to sequences of cluster mutations for affine D and E type quivers. We show that the cluster variables satisfy linear recurrences with periodic coefficients, which imply the constant coefficient relations found by Keller and Scherotzke. Viewing the frieze sequence as a discrete dynamical system, we reduce it to a symplectic map on a lower dimensional space and prove Liouville integrability of the latter.
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