SL(2) Representations of Finitely Presented Groups by Gregory W. Brumfiel

By Gregory W. Brumfiel

This publication is basically self-contained and calls for just a simple summary algebra direction as historical past. The e-book contains and extends a lot of the classical concept of $SL(2)$ representations of teams. Readers will locate $SL(2)$Representations of Finitely offered teams proper to geometric concept of 3 dimensional manifolds, representations of limitless teams, and invariant concept. It gains: a brand new finitely computable invariant $H[\pi]$ linked to teams and used to check the $SL(2)$ representations of $\pi$; and, invariant conception and knot thought similar via $SL(2)$ representations of knot teams

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