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In this talk we will describe quiver mutation with several examples, and form the associated mutation graph (whose edges are mutations and vertices are quivers). We will learn about a particular kind of quiver called a fork, and use them to identify infinite rooted trees in the mutation graph, leading us to several results about the remaining 'forkless' part.

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