On Geometric Aspects of Diffuse Groups

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Bowditch introduced the notion of diffuse groups as a geometric variation of the unique product property. We elaborate on various examples and non-examples, keeping the geometric point of view from Bowditch’s paper. In particular, we discuss fundamental groups of flat and hyperbolic manifolds. Appendix B settles an open question by providing an example of a… (More)

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