We associate to a regular system of weights a weighted projective line over an algebraically closed field of characteristic zero in two different ways. One is defined as a quotient stack via a hypersurface singularity for a regular system of weights and the other is defined via the signature of the same regular system of weights.
The main result in this paper is that if a regular system of weights is of dual type then these two weighted projective lines have equivalent abelian categories of coherent sheaves. As a corollary, we can show that the triangulated categories of the graded singularity associated to a regular system of weights has a full exceptional collection, which is expected from homological mirror symmetries.
The main theorem of this paper will be generalized to more general one, to the case when a regular system of weights is of genus zero, which will be given in . Since we need more detailed study of regular systems of weights and some knowledge of algebraic geometry of Deligne–Mumford stacks there, the author write a part of the result in this paper to which another simple proof based on the idea by Geigle–Lenzing  can be applied.