# Semistability of Amalgamated Products and Hnn-Extensions (Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society) download epub

#### by **Steven T. Tschantz,Michael L. Mihalik**

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Michael L. Mihalik; Steven T. Tschantz. Semistability of Amalgamated Products and HNN-Extensions.

Michael L. In the study of the proper homotopy theory of finitely presented groups, semistability at infinity is an end invariant of central importance. A finitely presented group that is semistable at infinity has a well-defined fundamental group at infinity independent of base ray. If (G) is semistable at infinity, then (G) has free abelian second cohomology with ({mathbb Z}G) coefficients. Base Product Code Keyword List: memo; MEMO; memo/98; MEMO/98; memo-98; MEMO-98; memo/98/471; MEMO/98/471; memo-98-471; MEMO-98-471.

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Authors:Michael L. Mihalik, Steven T. Tschantz

Authors:Michael L. Submitted on 1 Jan 1992). Abstract: The authors announce the following theorem.

Semistability of amalgamated products, HNN-extensions, and all one-relator groups. The mathematical proof that quantum mechanics gives rise to the observed stability is not easy because of the strong electric forces among the elementary constituents (electrons and nuclei) of matter. The authors announce the following theorem. The big breakthrough came in the mid sixties when Dyson and Lenard (DL) showed, by a complicated proof, that stability.

Publisher: American Mathematical Society.

**Author:**Steven T. Tschantz,Michael L. Mihalik

**ISBN:**0821825313

**Category:**Other

**Subcategory:**Science & Mathematics

**Language:**English

**Publisher:**Amer Mathematical Society (August 1, 1992)

**Pages:**86 pages