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RotaBaxter algebras, dendriform algebras and PoincaréBirkhoffWitt theorem
, 2004
"... Abstract. RotaBaxter algebras appeared in both the physics and mathematics literature. It is of great interest to have a simple construction of the free object of this algebraic structure. For example, free commutative RotaBaxter algebras relate to double shuffle relations for multiple zeta values ..."
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Abstract. RotaBaxter algebras appeared in both the physics and mathematics literature. It is of great interest to have a simple construction of the free object of this algebraic structure. For example, free commutative RotaBaxter algebras relate to double shuffle relations for multiple zeta values. The interest in the noncommutative setting arised in connection with the work of Connes and Kreimer on the Birkhoff decomposition in renormalization theory in perturbative quantum field theory. We construct free noncommutative RotaBaxter algebras and apply the construction to obtain universal enveloping RotaBaxter algebras of dendriform dialgebras and trialgebras. We also prove an analog of the PoincaréBirkhoffWitt theorem for universal enveloping algebra in the context of dendriform trialgebras. In particular, every dendriform dialgebra and trialgebra is a subalgebra of a RotaBaxter algebra. We explicitly show that the free dendriform dialgebras and trialgebras, as represented by
DEFORMATION THEORY OF REPRESENTATIONS OF PROP(ERAD)S I
"... Abstract. In this paper and its followup [MV08], we study the deformation theory of morphisms of properads and props thereby extending Quillen’s deformation theory for commutative rings to a nonlinear framework. The associated chain complex is endowed with an L∞algebra structure. Its MaurerCarta ..."
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Abstract. In this paper and its followup [MV08], we study the deformation theory of morphisms of properads and props thereby extending Quillen’s deformation theory for commutative rings to a nonlinear framework. The associated chain complex is endowed with an L∞algebra structure. Its MaurerCartan elements correspond to deformed structures, which allows us to give a geometric interpretation of these results.
On the algebra of quasishuffles
 Manuscripta Mathematica
"... Abstract. For any commutative algebra R the shuffle product on the tensor module T (R) can be deformed to a new product. It is called the quasishuffle algebra, or stuffle algebra, and denoted T q (R). We show that if R is the polynomial algebra, then T q (R) is free for some algebraic structure cal ..."
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Abstract. For any commutative algebra R the shuffle product on the tensor module T (R) can be deformed to a new product. It is called the quasishuffle algebra, or stuffle algebra, and denoted T q (R). We show that if R is the polynomial algebra, then T q (R) is free for some algebraic structure called Commutative TriDendriform (CTDalgebras). This result is part of a structure theorem for CTDbialgebras which are associative as coalgebras and whose primitive part is commutative. In other words, there is a good triple of operads (As, CT D, Com) analogous to (Com, As, Lie). In the last part we give a similar interpretation of the quasishuffle algebra in the noncommutative setting.
FREE ROTA–BAXTER ALGEBRAS AND ROOTED TREES
, 2008
"... Abstract. A Rota–Baxter algebra, also known as a Baxter algebra, is an algebra with a linear operator satisfying a relation, called the Rota–Baxter relation, that generalizes the integration by parts formula. Most of the studies on Rota–Baxter algebras have been for commutative algebras. Two constru ..."
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Abstract. A Rota–Baxter algebra, also known as a Baxter algebra, is an algebra with a linear operator satisfying a relation, called the Rota–Baxter relation, that generalizes the integration by parts formula. Most of the studies on Rota–Baxter algebras have been for commutative algebras. Two constructions of free commutative Rota–Baxter algebras were obtained by Rota and Cartier in the 1970s and a third one by Keigher and one of the authors in the 1990s in terms of mixable shuffles. Recently, noncommutative Rota–Baxter algebras have appeared both in physics in connection with the work of Connes and Kreimer on renormalization in perturbative quantum field theory, and in mathematics related to the work of Loday and Ronco on dendriform dialgebras and trialgebras. This paper uses rooted trees and forests to give explicit constructions of free noncommutative Rota–Baxter algebras on modules and sets. This highlights the combinatorial nature of Rota–Baxter algebras and facilitates their further study. As an application, we obtain the unitarization of Rota–Baxter algebras. 1.
Cocommutative Hopf algebras of permutations and trees
 Journal Algebraic Combinatorics
, 2004
"... Abstract. Consider the coradical filtrations of the Hopf algebras of planar binary trees of Loday and Ronco and of permutations of Malvenuto and Reutenauer. We give explicit isomorphisms showing that the associated graded Hopf algebras are dual to the cocommutative Hopf algebras introduced in the la ..."
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Abstract. Consider the coradical filtrations of the Hopf algebras of planar binary trees of Loday and Ronco and of permutations of Malvenuto and Reutenauer. We give explicit isomorphisms showing that the associated graded Hopf algebras are dual to the cocommutative Hopf algebras introduced in the late 1980’s by Grossman and Larson. These Hopf algebras are constructed from ordered trees and heapordered trees, respectively. These results follow from the fact that whenever one starts from a Hopf algebra that is a cofree graded coalgebra, the associated graded Hopf algebra is a shuffle Hopf algebra.
Combinatorial Hopf algebras
"... Abstract. We give a precise definition of “combinatorial Hopf algebras”, and we classify them in the four cases: associative or commutative, general or rightsided. For instance a cofreecocommutative combinatorial Hopf algebra is completely determined by its primitive part which is a preLie algebr ..."
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Abstract. We give a precise definition of “combinatorial Hopf algebras”, and we classify them in the four cases: associative or commutative, general or rightsided. For instance a cofreecocommutative combinatorial Hopf algebra is completely determined by its primitive part which is a preLie algebra. The classification gives rise to several good triples of operads. It involves the operads: dendriform, preLie, brace, GerstenhaberVoronov, and variations of them.
Lalgebras, triplicialalgebras, within an equivalence of categories motivated by graphs
, 2008
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