Author: Fine Benjamin,Gaglione Anthony,Baginski Paul

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9813204060

Category: Mathematics

Page: 260

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The development of algebraic geometry over groups, geometric group theory and group-based cryptography, has led to there being a tremendous recent interest in infinite group theory. This volume presents a good collection of papers detailing areas of current interest. Contents: Groups with the Weak Minimal Condition on Non-Permutable Subgroups (Laxmi K Chatuat and Martyn R Dixon)A Survey: Shamir Threshold Scheme and Its Enhancements (Chi Sing Chum, Benjamin Fine, and Xiaowen Zhang)The Zappa-Szep Product of Left-Orderable Groups (Fabienne Chouraqui)Totally Disconnected Groups From Baumslag-Solitar Groups (Murray Elder and George Willis)Elementary and Universal Theories of Nonabelian Commutative Transitive and CSA Groups (B Fine, A M Gaglione, and D Spellman)Commutative Transitivity and the CSA Property (Benjamin Fine, Anthony Gaglione, Gerhard Rosenberger, and Dennis Spellman)The Universal Theory of Free Burnside Groups of Large Prime Exponent (Anthony M Gaglione, Seymour Lipschutz, and Dennis Spellman)Primitive Curve Lengths on Pairs of Pants (Jane Gilman)Drawing Inferences Under Maximum Entropy From Relational Probabilistic Knowledge Using Group Theory (Gabriele Kern-Isberner, Marco Wilhelm, and Christoph Beierle)On Some Infinite-Dimensional Linear Groups and the Structure of Related Modules (L A Kurdachenko and I Ya Subbotin)On New Analogs of Some Classical Group Theoretical Results in Lie Rings (L A Kurdachenko, A A Pypka and I Ya Subbotin)Log-Space Complexity of the Conjugacy Problem in Wreath Products (Alexei Myasnikov, Svetla Vassileva, and Armin Weiss)Group Presentations, Cayley Graphs and Markov Processes (Peter Olszewski) Readership: Graduate students and researchers in group theory. Keywords: Infinite Group Theory;Combinatorial Group Theory;Geometric Group TheoryReview: Key Features: This book is centered on infinite group theory from a combinatorial and geometric point of view. It also contains material on non-commutative algebraic group-based cryptography