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There is a one-to-one correspondence between indecomposable Cohen– Macaulay modules over a cusp singularity A, except the regular module A, and vector bundles V(d, m, λ), where d = (d1 , d2 , . . e. di ≥ 0 for all i and d = (0, 0, . . e. a sequence (dk+1 , . . , drs , d1 , . . , dk ), contains a subsequence (0, 1, 1, . . , 1, 0), in particular (0, 0); • no shift of d is of the form (0, 1, 1, . . , 1). 3 ([14]). e. the classification of Cohen–Macaulay A-modules includes the classification of representations of all finitely generated k-algebras.

A. MALININ and we find the system of conditions for providing Mki = 0ti ,tk , the zero ti × tk -matrix. We have the following system of conditions:  −1 1 1 1   ζ(1) (1 − ζ(k) ζ(1) )A1 + P2 A2 + · · · + Pk−1 Ak−1 + Pk = 0t1 ,tk  . . −1 k−2 k−2 = 0tk−2 ,tk  ζ(k−2) Ak−2 (1 − ζ(k) ζ(k−2) ) + Pk−1 Ak−1 + Pk   −1 k−1 ζ = 0tk−1 ,tk . (k−1) Ak−1 (1 − ζ(k) ζ(k−1) ) + Pk The condition g ≡ In (mod p) implies Pij ≡ 0tj ti (mod p), and we can find Ai , 1 ≤ i ≤ k−1 sequentially using the results of previous steps: Ak−1 = − Ak−2 = − Ak−3 = − Pkk−1 , −1 ζ(k−1) (1 − ζ(k) ζ(k−1) ) k−2 (Pkk−2 + Pk−1 Ak−1 ) −2 ζ(k−2) (1 − ζ(k) ζ(k−2) ) , k−3 k−3 (Pkk−3 + Pk−1 Ak−1 + Pk−2 Ak−2 ) −1 ζ(k−3) (1 − ζ(k) ζ(k−3) ) , and so on.

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