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Published by American Mathematical Society in Providence, R.I., USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pregroups.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBass-Serre theory.
    StatementFrank Rimlinger.
    SeriesMemoirs of the American Mathematical Society,, no. 361
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA3 .A57 no. 361, QA171 .A57 no. 361
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 73 p. :
    Number of Pages73
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2737601M
    ISBN 10082182421X
    LC Control Number86032112

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Stallings’s theorem about pregroups; introduction to pregroups of finite height 1. The definition of a pregroup 2. The pregroups of finite height 3. The subgroup of units Part II. A presentation for the universal group of a pregroup of finite height 4.

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The relationship between pregroups and graphs of groups 6. A graph of groups structure for pregroups of finite height 7. A pregroup structure for graphs of groups Pregroups and Bass-Serre theory book finite diameter. Destination page number Search scope Search Text Search scope Search Text.

Destination page Pregroups and Bass-Serre theory book Search scope Search Text. Pregroups and Graphs Pregroups and Bass-Serre theory book Groups Paperback – Aug by Wadhah Jassim (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, Aug "Please retry" $ $ Author: Wadhah Jassim.

Context-Free Groups and Bass-Serre Theory. Preprint (PDF Available) 4 Pregroups and Geo desic Rewriting Systems Finite Graphs of Gr oups and Pregro ups. One such result is by Rimlinger who showed in [6] that a group G is the fundamental group of a finite graph of finite groups if and only if G is the universal group of a finite pregroup.

A further result was obtained by Hoare [2] who showed that any “simplicial” pregroup P determines a Cited by: 4. The idea of pregroups goes back to Baer [5] and the definition of pregroup was given independently by Stallings [6] in The theory of pregroups has been developed by [4], Stallings [6], Hoare.

Example10Let T be an oriented graph on whichagroupGactssimpliciallyandcocom-pactly,withoutedgeinversions. Let¡bethe quotient topological space, an oriented flnite. group theory and topology: the study of abstract length functions in groups, Bass-Serre theory of actions on simplicial trees, Stallings pregroups and free constructions, and the theory of R-trees with its connections with Thurston’s Geometrisation Theorem.

Pregroups and Bass-Serre theory book In Lyndon introduced groups Gequipped with an abstract length func. They leave it as Bass-Serre exercise. I am not very good in Bass-Serre theory, so I would appreciate if anyone can help me with this proof.

Browse Pregroups and Bass-Serre theory book questions tagged -theory or ask your own question. About an exercise in Serre's “Trees” 5. Proof of an 'easy' exercise in a book of Tits.

Cubical Complexes and Bass-Serre. A great cheap book in Dover paperback for graduate students is John Rose's A Course In Group Theory. This was one of the first books to extensively couch group theory in the language of group actions and it's still one of the best to do that.

It covers everything in group theory that doesn't require representation theory. The word problem of a finitely generated group is the formal language of words over the generators which are equal to the identity in the group.

If this language happens to be context-free, then the group is called context-free. Finitely generated virtually free groups are context-free. In a seminal paper Muller and Schupp showed the converse: A context-free group is virtually free.

Over the Cited by: 7. The term “S–pregroup” was introduced by J. Stallings Pregroups and Bass-Serre theory book groups and pregroups, Essays in Group Theory, Math. Sei. Res. Inst. Publ., vol. 8, Springer-Verlag, New York,pp. Author: Pregroups and Bass-Serre theory book Dekov.

The structure of arbitrary pregroups is mysterious, and the purpose of this article is to give a brief survey of recent progress in understanding them. This involves constructing actions of the universal group on simplicial trees, making use of the order tree of a pregroup, a (of a kind well-known in set theory) generalised tree Author: I.

Chiswell. Adian showed that the semigroup S of ℙ is embedded in the group G of ℙ. Let Q = S•S -1 ⊂ G. In this paper we give a geometric argument, using diagrams, to prove a result, due basically to O.

Sarkisian, which says: If n > 1, and q 1 ∈ Q for i = 1,n, and if 1 = q 1 •q 2 q n is true in G, the there exists i Cited by: An undirected graph γ is a directed graph such that the set of edges Eis. equipped with an involution e→ ewithout fixed points such that s(e) = t(e).

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The resulting graphs of groups are arbitrary bipartite. The theory relates group actions on trees with decomposing groups as iterated applications of the operations of free product with amalgamation and HNN extension, via the notion of the fundamental group of a graph of groups.

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Of course, our. Incidence Matrices of Directed Graphs of Groups and their up-down Pregroups The aim of this work is to give a definition of the incidence matrices of the directed graph of groups, construct an up-down pregroup of the incidence matrices of the directed graph of groups and then give an algorithm for the up-down pregroup of the directed graph of Author: Wadhah S.

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The term "-pregroup" was introduced by J. Stallings (Adian groups and pregroups, Essays in Group Theory, Math. Sci. Res. Inst. Publ., vol.

8, Springer-Verlag, New York,pp. ), who suggested the problem of finding a finite set of elementary axioms for -pregroups (ibid, Question 5.

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