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By Juan M. Alonso (auth.), Roger C. Alperin (eds.)

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During the week of September thirteen, 1988 the Mathematical Sciences study Institute hosted a 4 day workshop on Arboreal crew conception. This quantity is the manufactured from that assembly. this system based related to the idea of teams performing on bushes and a number of the purposes to hyperbolic geometry. issues comprise the idea of size capabilities, constitution of teams appearing freely on timber, areas of hyperbolic constructions and their compactifications, and moduli for tree actions.

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Clearly, the inclusion of A in G 2 is length preserving. For any element of A can be uniquely expressed (replacing Un+l by Wn+l) as a word in xt 1 , Xt~+l' w;=l (which is usually not reduced in F(W n -I,X2n,X2n+I). This word is in normal form with respect to (26) and Proposition 4 together with Lemma 8 give the assertion. For example, X2n+IXllun+IX2n+l of length 5 in A gives (X2n+t)(Xll)(WnX2n+l) in G 2 , where each parenthesis contains an element of TI or T 2 . By Proposition 4, this has length f 2(X2n+I)+f l (x 11)+ f2(wnX2n+l) which by Lemma 8, equals 5.

Let F x be the free product ofG x and the free group generated by E(x,x), and Rx be its normal subgroup generated by Ix and the elements PAc(A)AAg-1s- I f- I for A = (f,s,g) E E(x,x) x G x x E(x,x). The Rx does not depend on the representatives PA of the cosets peA) E Gx/Ge(A) and Fx/Rx, 7rI(X, X) are canonically isomorphic. Let As = (Ixy,s,I yx ), Af = (lxy,I,j), Bf = (c(Af),AA"Izx) for s E G y, f E E(y,z), y,z EX. ,PA"PB"A B, E Gx and c( As), c( B f) E E( x, x), so we may identify them with elements of the group 7rl(X, x).

A = I + 2A. The next statements are equivalent for a A-graph X: i) There exist x E X and f E X(x, x) such that P = Ix and f -1= Ix; ii) There exist y E X and 9 E X(y, y) such that g2 = ly and Igl = 1. PROOF: P = Ix We have only to show that i):::} ii). 4, we must have If I = 2'Y+ 1 with 'Y E A, On a Problem Raised by Alperin and Bass 39 "'( 2: o. As X is a A-graph there is a unique arrow f 01 such that t(f01) = x, If01 I = a and IfOifl = 2"'( + 1- a for each a E A such that 0 ~ a ~ 2"'( + 1. Moreover, IfOifill = la - ,81 for 0 ~ a, ,8 ~ 2"'( + 1.

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