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Tropical curves appear in physics in a natural way as the so called "brane webs"

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CARW03 - Interdisciplinary applications of cluster algebras

There is a quiver one can construct from the problem of subdividing a tropical curve. Besides the physical significance, it gives rise to a large family of quivers one can study as algebraic objects. I will describe how to construct the quiver (called magnetic quiver in the physics terminology) for a given curve.

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