6 edition of Combinatorial and Geometric Group Theory, Edinburgh 1993 found in the catalog.
January 27, 1995
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Andrew J. Duncan (Editor), N. D. Gilbert (Editor), James Howie (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||335|
'The authors study how automata can be used to determine whether a group has a solvable word problem or not. They give detailed explanations on how automata can be used in group theory to encode complexity, to represent certain aspects of the underlying geometry of a space on which a group acts, its relation to hyperbolic groups it will convince the reader of the beauty and richness of. We show that most algebraic circuit lower bounds and relations between lower bounds naturally fit into the representation-theoretic framework suggested by geometric complexity theory (GCT), including: the partial derivatives technique (Nisan–Wigderson), the results of Razborov and Smolensky on AC 0[p], multilinear formula and circuit size lower bounds (Raz et al.), the degree bound (Strassen.
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R I Grigorchuk, Some results on bounded cohomology, from: “Combinatorial and geometric group theory (Edinburgh, )”, London Math. Soc. Lecture Note Ser. , Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge () – “Problem Session,” Geometric and Combinatorial Group Theory (Edinburgh ), London Mathematical Society Lecture Notes Series, , Cambridge Univ. Press () p. .
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Summary: An authoritative collection of surveys and papers, ranging over a wide number of topics in combinatorial and geometric group theory and related topics.
As a summary of the state of knowledge of the field, this volume will be indispensable to all research workers in the area.
The ICMS Workshop on Geometric and Combinatorial Methods in Group Theory, held at Heriot-Watt University inbrought together some of the leading research workers in the subject.
Some of the survey articles and contributed papers presented at the meeting are collected in this Rating: % positive. The ICMS Workshop on Geometric and Combinatorial Methods in Group Theory, held at Heriot-Watt University in brought together some of the leading research workers in the subject.
Here are collected some of the survey articles and contributed papers at the meeting. The ICMS Workshop on Geometric and Combinatorial Methods in Group Theory, held at Heriot-Watt University in brought together some of the leading research workers in the subject.
Here are collected some of the survey articles and contributed papers at the meeting. Summary: An authoritative collection of surveys and papers, ranging over a wide number of topics in combinatorial and geometric group theory and related topics.
As a summary of the state of. Geometric group theory is an area in mathematics devoted to the study of finitely generated groups via exploring the connections between algebraic properties of such groups and topological and geometric properties of spaces on which these groups act (that is, when the groups in question are realized as geometric symmetries or continuous transformations of some spaces).
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Duncan, N. Gilbert, and J. Howie), London. Combinatorial and Geometric Group Theory Robert Gilman, Alexei G. Myasnikov, Vladimir Shpilrain, Sean Cleary (ed.) This volume grew out of two AMS conferences held at Columbia University (New York, NY) and the Stevens Institute of Technology (Hoboken, NJ) and presents articles on a wide variety of topics in group theory.
From the Publisher: This study in combinatorial group theory introduces the concept of automatic groups. It contains a succinct introduction to the theory of regular languages, a discussion of related topics in combinatorial group theory, and the connections between automatic groups and geometry which motivated the development of this new theory.
This volume presents the current state of knowledge in all aspects of two-dimensional homotopy theory. Building on the foundations laid a quarter of a century ago in the volume Two-dimensional Homotopy and Combinatorial Group Theory (LMS ), the editors here bring together much remarkable progress that has been obtained in the intervening years.
In: Combinatorial and Geometric Group Theory (Edinburgh, ). London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series, vol.pp. – Cambridge University Press, Cambridge () Google Scholar A very closely related topic is geometric group theory, which today largely subsumes combinatorial group theory, using techniques from outside combinatorics besides.
It also comprises a number of algorithmically insoluble problems, most notably the word problem for. Abstract This is the first installment of a book on combinatorial and geometric group theory from the topological point of view. This is a classical subject. The installment contains Chapters 1, 3.
The papers in this book represent the current state of knowledge in group theory. It includes articles of current interest written by such scholars as S.M. Gersten, R.I. Grigorchuk, P.H. Kropholler, A. Lubotsky, A.A. Razborov and E. Zelmanov. The contributed articles, all refereed, cover a Price: $ Together, these two articles form a wide-ranging survey of combinatorial group theory, with emphasis very much on the geometric roots of the subject.
This will be a useful reference work for the expert, as well as providing an overview of the subject for the outsider or novice. The automorphism group G of $\Sigma$ is naturally a locally compact group, and a simple combinatorial condition due to Haglund--Paulin determines when G is nondiscrete.
The Coxeter group. A new test for asphericity and diagrammatic reducibility of group presentations - Volume Issue 2 - Jonathan Ariel Barmak, Elias Gabriel Minian. The first five chapters present basic combinatorial and geometric group theory in a unique and refreshing way, with an emphasis on finitely generated versus finitely presented groups.
In the final three chapters, de la Harpe discusses new material on the growth of groups, including a detailed treatment of the "Grigorchuk group". Cavicchioli, F.
Spaggiari, "The classification of -manifolds with spines related to Fibonacci groups", Algebraic Topology, Homotopy and Group Cohomology, Lecture Notes in Mathematics,Springer () pp.
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بهترین و کاربردی ترین کتابهای الکترونیکی ریاضی در این مجموعه گنجانده. Topics in geometric group theory Pierre de la Harpe In this book, Pierre de la Harpe provides a concise and engaging introduction to geometric group theory, a new method for studying infinite groups via their intrinsic geometry that has played a major role in mathematics over the past two decades.The book under review consists of two monographs on geometric aspects of group theory Together, these two articles form a wide-ranging survey of combinatorial group theory, with emphasis very much on the geometric roots of the subject.Bass–Serre theory is a part of the mathematical subject of group theory that deals with analyzing the algebraic structure of groups acting by automorphisms on simplicial 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.