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Bolytrope orders

    https://doi.org/10.1142/S1793042123500471Cited by:1 (Source: Crossref)

    Bolytropes are bounded subsets of an affine building that consist of all points that have distance at most r from some polytrope. We prove that the points of a bolytrope describe the set of all invariant lattices of a bolytrope order, generalizing the correspondence between polytropes and graduated orders.

    AMSC: 11S45, 16G30, 52B20, 20E42, 51E24

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