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Baric axial algebras of Jordan type

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An axial algebra is non-associative commutative and generated by special idempotents (axes) satisfying a prescribed fusion law. An algebra is baric if there exists a surjective homomorphism from the algebra onto the field. In this talk, we introduce the basic concepts of this class of algebras and known examples, especially the beautiful example, the highwater algebra, that was recently discovered. We present the recent results of our research on this topic, i.e., on baric axial algebras of Jordan type.

This talk is part of the Postgraduate Algebra Seminar series.

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