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The A_{q,t} algebra arose from my work with Erik Carlsson on the shuffle conjecture. I will explain how this algebra can be constructed naturally from a topological (skein-theoretic) point of view. Similarly to the way representation theory of quantum groups gl_N can be interpolated in the limit as N goes to infinity, the A_{q,t} algebra…

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