Morse theory and finiteness properties of groups

@article{Bestvina1997MorseTA,
  title={Morse theory and finiteness properties of groups},
  author={Mladen Bestvina and Noel Brady},
  journal={Inventiones mathematicae},
  year={1997},
  volume={129},
  pages={445-470}
}
Abstract. We examine the finiteness properties of certain subgroups of “right angled” Artin groups. In particular, we find an example of a group that is of type FP(Z) but is not finitely presented. 
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