Combinatorial Group Theory by Charles F. Miller III

Combinatorial Group Theory

Combinatorial Group Theory
by Charles F. Miller III

Publisher: University of Melbourne 2004
Number of pages: 99

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An early version of these notes was prepared for use by the participants in the Workshop on Algebra, Geometry and Topology held at the Australian National University. They have subsequently been updated and expanded many times for use by students in the subject Combinatorial Group Theory at the University of Melbourne.

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