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Let us fix an extending vertex p of the graph Q. For every a = d i m F let us fix the Nakajima's character: 0(V) = —1, if dim V = k € I' =1- {p}, and 6(V) = £ < 6 / , d i m c ( ^ ) if dimV = p e I (cf. [Nak98]). (Semi)stable points in this section are considered with respect to this sta bility condition. e. the extending vertex is a sink and one can get to the extending vertex from any other point in the quiver going along the oriented edges. In the DE case there is only one such orientation (once the extending vertex is fixed).

Every D-box in the i-th column gives us s,. ~D-boxes give no contribution. Then, rr> is the word obtained by writing the resulting s^ 's from right to left. ) For example, for n = 9 and /J = (8, 7,4,2), 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 d^ = ds o SQ o dy o dg o 83 o d4 o ss o 8Q o S7 o ss o 02 o d^ o S4 o 9 5 OSQ O r& S7 o Sg = S6 ■ S5 ■ S7 ■ SS ■ S4 ■ S6 ■ S7 ■ Sg . o One can easily prove that for D = D^, we have ro € R{wn) - the set of reduced decompositions of w^. This is our distinguished reduced decomposition of wM.

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