In 1977 several eminent mathematicians were invited to Durham to
present papers at a short conference on homological and
combinatorial techniques in group theory. The lectures, published
here, aimed at presenting in a unified way new developments in the
area. Group theory is approached from a geometrical viewpoint and
much of the material has not previously been published. The various
ways in which topological ideas can be used in group theory are
also brought together. The volume concludes with an extensive set
of problems, ranging from explicit questions demanding detailed
calculation to fundamental questions motivating research in the
area. These lectures will be of interest mainly to researchers in
pure mathematics but will also prove useful in connection with
relevant postgraduate courses.
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