• 837 Citations
  • 14 h-Index
1984 …2018
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Free Group Mathematics
Subgroup Mathematics
Automorphisms Mathematics
Finite Rank Mathematics
Hyperbolicity Mathematics
Outer Automorphism Groups Mathematics
Proper Action Mathematics
Theorem Mathematics

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Projects 2008 2017

Group Theory
Conjugacy Problem
Free Group
Asymptotic Dimension
Geometer
Group Theory
Free Group
Outer Automorphism Groups
Algebraic object
Logic

Research Output 1984 2018

  • 837 Citations
  • 14 h-Index
  • 21 Article
  • 1 Comment/debate
2 Citations (Scopus)

Algorithmic constructions of relative train track maps and CTs

Feighn, M., Jan 1 2018, In : Groups, Geometry, and Dynamics. 12, 3, p. 1159-1238 80 p.

Rutgers, The State University

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Outer Automorphism Groups
Finite Rank
Free Group
Automorphism
Inclusion
1 Citation (Scopus)
46 Citations (Scopus)

Hyperbolicity of the complex of free factors

Feighn, M., May 1 2014, In : Advances in Mathematics. 256, p. 104-155 52 p.

Rutgers, The State University

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Hyperbolicity
Finite Rank
Folding
Free Group
Path
14 Citations (Scopus)

Subfactor projections

Feighn, M., Sep 2014, In : Journal of Topology. 7, 3, p. 771-804 34 p., jtu001.

Rutgers, The State University

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Subfactors
Projection
Hyperbolicity
Hyperbolic Space
Exponential Growth
19 Citations (Scopus)

The recognition theorem for Out (Fn)

Feighn, M., Jan 31 2011, In : Groups, Geometry, and Dynamics. 5, 1, p. 39-106 68 p.

Rutgers, The State University

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Outer Automorphism Groups
Free Group
Restriction
Invariant
Theorem