A. N. Parshin (auth.), A. N. Parshin, I. R. Shafarevich's Algebra VII: Combinatorial Group Theory Applications to PDF

By A. N. Parshin (auth.), A. N. Parshin, I. R. Shafarevich (eds.)

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C) Let X be any finite tree. Then for any graph (Q, X) of groups, 7r1 (Q, X, v) can be constructed by repeated formation of amalgamated free products. If now we assume X is infinite (but every vertex has finite degree), then it is an ascending union of finite subtrees Xn and 7r1(Q,X,V) is the ascending union of the corresponding fundamental groups 7r1 (Qn, Xn). Sometimes 7r1 (Q, X, v) is called a tree product in these circumstances. If (Q, X) is an arbitrary graph of groups, then 7r1(Q,X,V) can be regarded as an HNNextension by a set of stable letters corresponding to edges not in a maximal tree T over the base group which is the tree product defined by the restriction of (9,X) to the tree T.

Cn) and the result follows. 5 can be derived by a similar argument. In both cases the integer n is referred to as the length (relative to the given decomposition of G) of the element g. 6. Corollary. The natural maps embed the factors of a free product with amalgamation and the base group of an HNN-extension. 7. Examples. There are numerous examples of amalgamated free products and HNN-extensions some of which we have already encountered. (a) Let G I = (al,b l I -) and G 2 = (a2,b 2 I -). If Al = (aIbIallbll) and A2 = (b 2a 2b2' l a2'l) then Al and A2 are infinite cyclic subgroups of free I.

The natural maps embed the factors of a free product with amalgamation and the base group of an HNN-extension. 7. Examples. There are numerous examples of amalgamated free products and HNN-extensions some of which we have already encountered. (a) Let G I = (al,b l I -) and G 2 = (a2,b 2 I -). If Al = (aIbIallbll) and A2 = (b 2a 2b2' l a2'l) then Al and A2 are infinite cyclic subgroups of free I. Combinatorial Group Theory and Fundamental Groups 37 Fig. 14 (c)). If, on the other hand we put Go = ( b1, a2, b2 I - ), Al = (b2a252'la2'lb1) and A2 = (b 1) then Al and A2 are infinite cyclic subgroups of the same group Go, and, if we write t for aI, then G = ( Go, t I r1 A1t = A2 ) is also this fundamental group.

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