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Wreath products of groups acting with bounded orbits

@inproceedings{Leemann2021WreathPO,
  title={Wreath products of groups acting with bounded orbits},
  author={P. Leemann and G. Schneeberger},
  year={2021}
}
If S is a structure over (a concrete category over) metric spaces, we say that a group G has property BS if any action on a S-space has bounded orbits. Examples of such structures include metric spaces, Hilbert spaces, CAT(0) cube complexes, connected median graphs, trees or ultra-metric spaces. The corresponding properties BS are respectively Bergman’s property, property FH (which, for countable groups, is equivalent to the celebrated Kazhdan’s property (T)), property FW (both for CAT(0) cube… Expand

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