Prop of ribbon hypergraphs and strongly homotopy involutive Lie bialgebras

2023 • In *International Mathematics Research Notices, 7*, p. 5685-5727

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Lie bialgebra; string topology; graph complexes

Abstract :

[en] For any integer d we introduce a prop RHrad of d-oriented ribbon hypergraphs (in which "edges" can connect more than two vertices) and prove that there exists a canonical morphism Holieb⋄d⟶RHrad from the minimal resolution Holieb⋄d of the (degree shifted) prop of involutive Lie bialgebras into the prop of ribbon hypergraphs which is non-trivial on each generator of Holieb⋄d. As an application we show that for any graded vector space W equipped with a family of cyclically (skew)symmetric higher products the associated vector space of cyclic words in elements of W has a combinatorial Holieb⋄d-structure. As an illustration we construct for each natural number N≥1 an explicit combinatorial strongly homotopy involutive Lie bialgebra structure on the vector space of cyclic words in N graded letters which extends the well-known Schedler's necklace Lie bialgebra structure from the formality theory of the Goldman-Turaev Lie bialgebra in genus zero.

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Mathematics

MERKULOV, Sergei ^{}; University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC) > Mathematics Research Unit

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Language :

English

Title :

Prop of ribbon hypergraphs and strongly homotopy involutive Lie bialgebras

Publication date :

2023

Journal title :

International Mathematics Research Notices

ISSN :

1073-7928

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1687-0247

Publisher :

Oxford University Press, Oxford, United Kingdom

Volume :

7

Pages :

5685-5727

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