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Height extensions of the Temperley–Lieb category

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The Partition, Brauer and Temperley–Lieb categories and various associated diagram algebras are well-studied objects originating from different parts of mathematics and physics. Inspired by geometrical, representation-theoretic and physical reasons, we will look into an ‘interpolation’ of algebras and categories which lie between the Temperley–Lieb and Brauer. No prior knowledge of these objects required; but a non-disliking of partitions and pictures would be helpful. This is based on joint work with Zoltan Kadar and Paul Martin.

This talk is part of the Algebra seminar series.

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