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Some geometric groups with the Rapid Decay property
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"... Abstract. We explain some simple methods to establish the property of Rapid Decay for a number of groups arising geometrically. We also give new examples of groups with the property of Rapid Decay. In particular we establish the property of Rapid Decay for all lattices in rank one Lie groups. ..."
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Abstract. We explain some simple methods to establish the property of Rapid Decay for a number of groups arising geometrically. We also give new examples of groups with the property of Rapid Decay. In particular we establish the property of Rapid Decay for all lattices in rank one Lie groups.
Groups acting on CAT(0) cube complexes
, 1997
"... We show that groups satisfying Kazhdan's property (T) have no unbounded actions on finite dimensional CAT(0) cube complexes, and deduce that there is a locally CAT( \Gamma1 ) Riemannian manifold which is not homotopy equivalent to any finite dimensional, locally CAT(0) cube complex. AMS Classi ..."
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We show that groups satisfying Kazhdan's property (T) have no unbounded actions on finite dimensional CAT(0) cube complexes, and deduce that there is a locally CAT( \Gamma1 ) Riemannian manifold which is not homotopy equivalent to any finite dimensional, locally CAT(0) cube complex. AMS Classification numbers Primary: 20F32 Secondary: 20E42, 20G20 Keywords: Kazhdan's property (T), Tits' buildings, hyperbolic geometry, CAT(0) cube complexes, locally CAT( \Gamma1 ) spaces, Sp(n; 1)manifolds Proposed: Walter Neumann Received: 28 October 1996 Seconded: David Gabai, Robion Kirby Accepted: 6 February 1997 1 ISSN 13640380 Copyright Geometry and Topology 1 1 Introduction The CAT() inequality gives a measure of the curvature of a geodesic metric space X by comparing the width of the geodesic triangles in X with those of the corresponding triangles in the simply connected Riemannian manifold of constant curvature . The theory of CAT() metric spaces is described in [2]. A geodesic met...
Hereditary conjugacy separability of right angled Artin groups and its applications
"... Abstract. We prove that finite index subgroups of right angled Artin groups are conjugacy separable. We then apply this result to establish various properties of other classes of groups. In particular, we show that any word hyperbolic Coxeter group contains a conjugacy separable subgroup of finite i ..."
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Abstract. We prove that finite index subgroups of right angled Artin groups are conjugacy separable. We then apply this result to establish various properties of other classes of groups. In particular, we show that any word hyperbolic Coxeter group contains a conjugacy separable subgroup of finite index and has a residually finite outer automorphism group. Another consequence of the main result is that BestvinaBrady groups are
Niblo, Hilbert space compression and exactness of discrete groups
 J. Funct. Anal
"... We show that the Hilbert Space compression of any (unbounded) finite dimensional CAT(0) cube complex is 1 and deduce that any finitely generated group acting properly, cocompactly on a CAT(0) cube complex is exact, and hence has Yu’s Property A. The class of groups covered by this theorem include ..."
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We show that the Hilbert Space compression of any (unbounded) finite dimensional CAT(0) cube complex is 1 and deduce that any finitely generated group acting properly, cocompactly on a CAT(0) cube complex is exact, and hence has Yu’s Property A. The class of groups covered by this theorem includes free groups, finitely generated Coxeter groups, finitely generated right angled Artin groups, finitely presented groups satisfying the B(4)T(4) small cancellation condition and all those wordhyperbolic groups satisfying the B(6) condition. Another family of examples is provided by certain canonical surgeries defined by link diagrams.
Cubulating random groups at density less than 1/6
 Trans. Amer. Math. Soc
"... Abstract. We prove that random groups at density less than 1 6 act freely and cocompactly on CAT(0) cube complexes, and that random groups at density less than 1 have codimension1 subgroups. In partic5 ular, Property (T) fails to hold at density less than 1 ..."
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Abstract. We prove that random groups at density less than 1 6 act freely and cocompactly on CAT(0) cube complexes, and that random groups at density less than 1 have codimension1 subgroups. In partic5 ular, Property (T) fails to hold at density less than 1
Cubulating spaces with walls
 Algebr. Geom. Topol
"... Abstract We describe a correspondence between spaces with walls and CAT(0) cube complexes. AMS Classi cation 20F65; 20E42 Keywords Space with walls, Median graph, CAT(0) cube complex ..."
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Abstract We describe a correspondence between spaces with walls and CAT(0) cube complexes. AMS Classi cation 20F65; 20E42 Keywords Space with walls, Median graph, CAT(0) cube complex
Research announcement: the structure of groups with a quasiconvex hierarchy. Electronic research announcements in mathematical sciences
"... Abstract. Let G be a wordhyperbolic group with a quasiconvex hierarchy. We show that G has a finite index subgroup G ′ that embeds as a quasiconvex subgroup of a rightangled Artin group. It follows that every quasiconvex subgroup of G is a virtual retract, and is hence separable. The results are a ..."
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Abstract. Let G be a wordhyperbolic group with a quasiconvex hierarchy. We show that G has a finite index subgroup G ′ that embeds as a quasiconvex subgroup of a rightangled Artin group. It follows that every quasiconvex subgroup of G is a virtual retract, and is hence separable. The results are applied to certain 3manifold and onerelator groups. 1. Introduction and
Packing subgroups in relatively hyperbolic groups
, 2009
"... We introduce the bounded packing property for a subgroup of a countable discrete group G. This property gives a finite upper bound on the number of left cosets of the subgroup that are pairwise close in G. We establish basic properties of bounded packing, and give many examples; for instance, every ..."
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We introduce the bounded packing property for a subgroup of a countable discrete group G. This property gives a finite upper bound on the number of left cosets of the subgroup that are pairwise close in G. We establish basic properties of bounded packing, and give many examples; for instance, every subgroup of a countable, virtually nilpotent group has bounded packing. We explain several natural connections between bounded packing and group actions on CAT(0) cube complexes. Our main result establishes the bounded packing of relatively quasiconvex subgroups of a relatively hyperbolic group, under mild hypotheses. As an application, we prove that relatively quasiconvex subgroups have finite height and width, properties that strongly restrict the way families of distinct conjugates of the subgroup can intersect. We prove that an infinite, nonparabolic relatively quasiconvex subgroup of a relatively hyperbolic group has finite index in its commensurator. We also prove a virtual malnormality theorem for separable, relatively quasiconvex subgroups, which is new even in the word hyperbolic case. 20F65; 20F67 1
Coarse decompositions of boundaries for CAT(0) groups, Electronic preprint arxiv:math/0611006
, 2007
"... In this work we introduce a new combinatorial notion of boundary ℜC of an ωdimensional cubing C. ℜC is defined to be the set of almostequality classes of ultrafilters on the standard system of halfspaces of C, endowed with an order relation reflecting the interaction between the Tychonoff closures ..."
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In this work we introduce a new combinatorial notion of boundary ℜC of an ωdimensional cubing C. ℜC is defined to be the set of almostequality classes of ultrafilters on the standard system of halfspaces of C, endowed with an order relation reflecting the interaction between the Tychonoff closures of the classes. When C arises as the dual of a cubulation – or discrete system of halfspaces – H of a CAT(0) space X (for example, the NibloReeves cubulation of the DavisMoussong complex of a finite rank Coxeter group), we show how H induces a function ρ: ∂∞X → ℜC. We develop a notion of uniformness for H, generalizing the parallel walls property enjoyed by Coxeter groups, and show that, if the pair (X, H) admits a geometric action by a group G, then the fibers of ρ form a stratification of ∂∞X graded by the order structure of ℜC. We also show how this structure computes the components of the Tits boundary of X. Finally, using our result from another paper, that the uniformness of a cubulation as above implies the local finiteness of C, we give a condition for the cocompactness of the action of G on C in terms of ρ, generalizing a result of Williams, previously known only for Coxeter groups. 1