Coordonnées parallèles et axiales: Méthode de transformation by Maurice d'Ocagne

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In the previous example, the level sets are trees, and so the kernel is a free group. In examples of later sections, we shall encounter situations where the kernel may be finitely generated but not finitely presentable, or finitely presented but not of type F3 . Example (Morse Criterion Examples). Run the Morse criterion on the following group presentations. Say what the rank of the free kernel is. Write out the automorphism of the free group explicitly. 1. a, b | aba = bab 2. a, b | abaa = bb 3. a0 , .

3 (Circle-valued Morse function). A circle-valued Morse function on an affine cell complex X is a cellular map f : X → S 1 , with the property that f lifts to a Morse function between universal covers. 4 (Ascending and descending links). Suppose X is an affine cell complex and f : X → S 1 is a circle-valued Morse function. Choose an orientation of S 1 , which lifts to one of R, and lift f to a map of universal covers f : X → R. Let v ∈ X (0) , and note that the link of v in X is naturally isomorphic to the link of any lift v˜ of v in X.

Are all Z subgroups of these groups undistorted? Do these types of examples embed into non-positively curved groups such as the CAT(0) groups introduced in the next chapter? 4 (Higher dimensional versions of Dehn functions). Let r be a positive integer. The snowflake groups Gr,P admit monomorphisms φr which take the generators of the vertex groups to their rth powers, and which fix all the stable letters si . The suspended snowflake group ΣGr,P is defined to be the multiple (2fold) ascending HNN extension of Gr,P where each of the stable letters acts via φr .

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