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Homological Group Theory : Occasional Papers - C. T. C. Wall

Homological Group Theory

Occasional Papers


Published: 25th February 1980
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In 1977 several eminent mathematicians were invited to Durham to present papers at a short conference on homological and combinatorial techniques in group theory. The lectures, published here, aimed at presenting in a unified way new developments in the area. Group theory is approached from a geometrical viewpoint and much of the material has not previously been published. The various ways in which topological ideas can be used in group theory are also brought together. The volume concludes with an extensive set of problems, ranging from explicit questions demanding detailed calculation to fundamental questions motivating research in the area. These lectures will be of interest mainly to researchers in pure mathematics but will also prove useful in connection with relevant postgraduate courses.

Traces and Euler characteristics
Groups of virtually finite dimension Kenneth
Free abelianised extensions of finite groups
Arithmetic groups
Topological methods in group theory
An example of a finite presented solvable group
SL3 (Fq[t]) is not finitely presentable
Two-dimensional Poincar(c) duality groups and pairs
Metabelian quotients of finitely presented soluble groups are finitely presented
Soluble groups with coherent group rings
Cohomological aspects of 2-graphs, II Peter
Recognizing free factors
Trees of homotopy of (n, m)-complexes
Geometric structure of surface mapping class groups
Cohomology theory of aspherical groups and of small cancellation groups Johannes Huebschmann
Finite groups of deficiency zero
"quivalenzklassen von Gruppenbeschreibungen, Identitñten und einfacher Homotopietyp in niederen Dimensionen
Applications of Nielsen's reduction method to the solution of combinatorial problems in group theory: a survey
Chevalley groups over polynomial rings
List of problems edited
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ISBN: 9780521227292
ISBN-10: 0521227291
Series: Occasional Papers
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 408
Published: 25th February 1980
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.24  x 2.31
Weight (kg): 0.59