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On Cayley graphs of virtually free groups

On Cayley graphs of virtually free groups
On Cayley graphs of virtually free groups
In 1985, Dunwoody showed that finitely presentable groups are accessible. Dunwoody's result was used to show that context-free groups, groups quasi-isometric to trees or finitely presentable groups of asymptotic dimension 1 are virtually free. Using another theorem of Dunwoody of 1979, we study when a group is virtually free in terms of its Cayley graph and we obtain new proofs of the mentioned results and other previously depending on them
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Antolin, Yago
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Antolin, Yago
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Antolin, Yago (2009) On Cayley graphs of virtually free groups. Pre-print, (arXiv:0911.2177), 1-27.

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Abstract

In 1985, Dunwoody showed that finitely presentable groups are accessible. Dunwoody's result was used to show that context-free groups, groups quasi-isometric to trees or finitely presentable groups of asymptotic dimension 1 are virtually free. Using another theorem of Dunwoody of 1979, we study when a group is virtually free in terms of its Cayley graph and we obtain new proofs of the mentioned results and other previously depending on them

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e-pub ahead of print date: 11 November 2009
Organisations: Pure Mathematics

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Local EPrints ID: 202227
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/202227
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Date deposited: 04 Nov 2011 11:46
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 11:11

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