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Relative Cubulation of Small Cancellation Free Products

  title={Relative Cubulation of Small Cancellation Free Products},
  author={Eduard Einstein and Thomas Ng},
We expand the class of groups with relatively geometric actions on CAT(0) cube complexes by proving that it is closed under C′( 1 6 )–small cancellation free products. We build upon a result of Martin and Steenbock who prove an analogous result in the more specialized setting of groups acting properly and cocompactly on Gromov hyperbolic CAT(0) cube complexes. Our methods make use of the same blown-up complex of groups to construct a candidate collection of walls. However, rather than arguing… 

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