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1. En Sovjetspion i Helsingfors [1931]
 Olʹshanskiĭ, A.
 Helsingfors, Söderström & c:o förlagsaktiebolag [1931]
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 Book — 183 p. 20 cm.
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2. Zapiski agenta Razvi͡edupra [1930]
 Olʹshanskiĭ, A.
 Parizh : Mishenʹ, 1930.
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 Book — 161 p. ; 20 cm.
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 Olʹshanskiĭ, A. I͡U. (Aleksandr I͡Urʹevich)
 Providence, RI : American Mathematical Society, 2004.
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 Book — vii, 133 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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 Introduction List of relations The first properties of ${\mathcal H}$ The group ${\mathcal H}_2$ The word problem in ${\mathcal H}_1$ Some special diagrams Computations of ${\mathcal S} \cup {\bar{\mathcal S}}$ Spirals Rolls Arrangement of hubs The end of the proof References Subject index.
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Shelved by Series title NO.804  Unknown 
 Ol'shanskii, A. Yu.
 Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint : Springer, 1991.
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 Book — 1 online resource (536 pages).
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 1 General concepts of group theory
 {sect}1 Definition and examples of groups
 {sect}2 Cyclic groups and subgroups. Generators
 {sect}3 Cosets. Factor groups. Homomorphisms
 {sect}4 Relations in groups and free groups
 2 Main types of groups and subgroups
 {sect}5 psubgroups in finite and abelian groups
 {sect}6 Soluble groups. Laws
 {sect}7 Finiteness conditions in groups
 3 Elements of twodimensional topology
 {sect}8 Toplogical spaces
 {sect}9 Surfaces and their cell decomposition
 {sect}10 Topological invariants of surfaces
 4 Diagrams over groups
 {sect}11 Visual interpretation of the deduction of consequences of defining relations
 {sect}12 Small cancellation theory
 {sect}13 Graded diagrams
 5 Amaps
 {sect}14 Contiguity submaps
 {sect}15 Conditions on the grading
 {sect}16 Exterior arcs and?cells
 {sect}17 Paths that are nearly geodesic and cuts on Amaps
 6 Relations in periodic groups
 {sect}18 Free Burnside groups of large odd exponent
 {sect}19 Diagrams as Amaps. Properties of B(A, n)
 7 Maps with partitioned boundaries of cells
 {sect}20 Estimating graphs for Bmaps
 {sect}21 Contiguity and weights in Bmaps
 {sect}22 Existence of?cells and its consequences
 {sect}23 Cmaps
 {sect}24 Other conditions on the partition of the boundary of a map
 8 Partitions of relators
 {sect}25 General approach to presenting the groups G(i) and properties of these groups
 {sect}26 Inductive step to G(i+ 1). The group G
 9 Construction of groups with prescribed properties
 {sect}27 Constructing groups with subgroups of bounded order
 {sect}28 Groups with all subgroups cyclic
 {sect}29 Group laws other than powers
 {sect}30 Varieties in which all finite groups are abelian
 10 Extensions of aspherical groups
 {sect}31 Central extensions
 {sect}32 Abelian extensions and dependence among relations
 11 Presentations in free products
 {sect}33 Cancellation diagrams over free products
 {sect}34 Presentations with condition R
 {sect}35 Embedding theorems for groups
 {sect}36 Operations on groups
 12 Applications to other problems
 {sect}37 Growth functions of groups and their presentations
 {sect}38 On group rings of Noetherian groups
 {sect}39 Further applications of the method
 13 Conjugacy relations
 {sect}40 Conjugacy cells
 {sect}41 Finitely generated divisible groups
 Some notation
 Author Index.
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