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ON COMPONENTS OF STABLE AUSLANDER–REITEN QUIVERS THAT CONTAIN HELLER LATTICES: THE CASE OF TRUNCATED POLYNOMIAL RINGS – CORRIGENDUM

  • SUSUMU ARIKI (a1), RYOICHI KASE (a2) and KENGO MIYAMOTO (a3)
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[AKM] Ariki, S., Kase, R. and Miyamoto, K., On components of stable Auslander–Reiten quivers that contain Heller lattices: the case of truncated polynomial rings , Nagoya Math. J. 228 (2017), 72113.
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