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− | + | The following are examples of finitely presented groups. For each of them, we offer the ApCoCoA code to compute the Gröbner basis of the defining ideal of their group ring. | |

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[[:ApCoCoA:GroupsToCheck|Checklist of Groups]] | [[:ApCoCoA:GroupsToCheck|Checklist of Groups]] | ||

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H(lambda_q) = <x,y | x^2=(xy)^q=1, for q >= 3> | H(lambda_q) = <x,y | x^2=(xy)^q=1, for q >= 3> | ||

[[:ApCoCoA:Hecke groups|Computations of Hecke groups]] | [[:ApCoCoA:Hecke groups|Computations of Hecke groups]] | ||

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+ | ==== <div id="Extended Hecke_groups">Extended Hecke Groups</div> ==== | ||

+ | The Extended Hecke Group is a kind of Hecke group with the following presentation: | ||

+ | <R,X,Y | R^2 = X^2 = Y^p = (RX)^2 = (YR)^2 = 1> | ||

+ | [[:ApCoCoA:Extended Hecke groups|Computations of Extended Hecke Groups]] | ||

==== <div id="Heisenberg_groups">Heisenberg Groups</div> ==== | ==== <div id="Heisenberg_groups">Heisenberg Groups</div> ==== | ||

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The Tetraeder group has the following presentation | The Tetraeder group has the following presentation | ||

A_4 = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (ab)^3 = 1> | A_4 = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (ab)^3 = 1> | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Tetraeder group|Computations of the Tetraeder | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Tetraeder group|Computations of the Tetraeder Group]] |

==== <div id="Oktaeder_group">Oktaeder Group</div> ==== | ==== <div id="Oktaeder_group">Oktaeder Group</div> ==== | ||

The Oktaeder group has the following presentation | The Oktaeder group has the following presentation | ||

O = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (ab)^4 = 1> | O = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (ab)^4 = 1> | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Oktaeder group|Computations of the Oktaeder | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Oktaeder group|Computations of the Oktaeder Group]] |

==== <div id="Ikosaeder_group">Ikosaeder Group</div> ==== | ==== <div id="Ikosaeder_group">Ikosaeder Group</div> ==== | ||

The Ikosaeder group has the following presentation | The Ikosaeder group has the following presentation | ||

I = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (ab)^5 = 1> | I = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (ab)^5 = 1> | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Ikosaeder group|Computations of the Ikosaeder | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Ikosaeder group|Computations of the Ikosaeder Group]] |

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==== <div id="Mathieu11_group">Mathieu Group M_{11}</div> ==== | ==== <div id="Mathieu11_group">Mathieu Group M_{11}</div> ==== | ||

The Mathieu group M_{11} has the following presentation | The Mathieu group M_{11} has the following presentation | ||

M_{11} = <a,b | a^2 = b^4 = (ab)^11 = (ab^2)^6 = ababab^{−1}abab^2ab^{−1}abab^{−1}ab^{−1} = 1> | M_{11} = <a,b | a^2 = b^4 = (ab)^11 = (ab^2)^6 = ababab^{−1}abab^2ab^{−1}abab^{−1}ab^{−1} = 1> | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Mathieu11 group|Computations of the Mathieu | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Mathieu11 group|Computations of the Mathieu Group M_{11}]] |

==== <div id="Mathieu22_group">Mathieu Group M_{22}</div> ==== | ==== <div id="Mathieu22_group">Mathieu Group M_{22}</div> ==== | ||

The Mathieu group M_{22} has the following presentation | The Mathieu group M_{22} has the following presentation | ||

M_{22} = <a,b | a^2 = b^4 = (ab)^11 = (ab^2)^5 = [a,bab]^3 = (ababab^{−1})^5 = 1> | M_{22} = <a,b | a^2 = b^4 = (ab)^11 = (ab^2)^5 = [a,bab]^3 = (ababab^{−1})^5 = 1> | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Mathieu22 group|Computations of the Mathieu | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Mathieu22 group|Computations of the Mathieu Group M_{22}]] |

==== <div id="Quaternion_group">Quaternion Group</div> ==== | ==== <div id="Quaternion_group">Quaternion Group</div> ==== | ||

The Quaternion group has the following presentation | The Quaternion group has the following presentation | ||

Q_8 = <a,b | a^4 = 1, x^2 = y^2, y^{-1}xy = x^{-1}> | Q_8 = <a,b | a^4 = 1, x^2 = y^2, y^{-1}xy = x^{-1}> | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Quaternion group|Computations of the Quaternion | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Quaternion group|Computations of the Quaternion Group]] |

==== <div id="Tits_group">Tits Group</div> ==== | ==== <div id="Tits_group">Tits Group</div> ==== | ||

The Tits group has the following presentation | The Tits group has the following presentation | ||

T = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (ab)^13 = [a,b]^5 = [a,bab]^4 = ((ab)^4ab^{-1})^6 = 1 > | T = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (ab)^13 = [a,b]^5 = [a,bab]^4 = ((ab)^4ab^{-1})^6 = 1 > | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Tits group|Computations of the Tits | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Tits group|Computations of the Tits Group]] |

==== <div id="SpecialLinear_group">Special Linear Group</div> ==== | ==== <div id="SpecialLinear_group">Special Linear Group</div> ==== | ||

The special linear group has the following presentation | The special linear group has the following presentation | ||

SL_2(Z) = <a,b | aba = bab, (aba)^4 = 1 > | SL_2(Z) = <a,b | aba = bab, (aba)^4 = 1 > | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:SpecialLinear group|Computations of the Special Linear | + | [[:ApCoCoA:SpecialLinear group|Computations of the Special Linear Group]] |

==== <div id="SpecialLinear32_group">Special Linear Group SL_2(32)</div> ==== | ==== <div id="SpecialLinear32_group">Special Linear Group SL_2(32)</div> ==== | ||

The special linear group S_2(32) has the following presentation | The special linear group S_2(32) has the following presentation | ||

SL_2(32) = <a,b | b^3 = (ab)^{2} = a^{6}ba^{-2}ba^{2}b^{-1}a^{3}b^{-1}ab^{-1}a^{-3}b > | SL_2(32) = <a,b | b^3 = (ab)^{2} = a^{6}ba^{-2}ba^{2}b^{-1}a^{3}b^{-1}ab^{-1}a^{-3}b > | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:SpecialLinear32 group|Computations of the Special Linear | + | [[:ApCoCoA:SpecialLinear32 group|Computations of the Special Linear Group SL_2(32)]] |

− | Reference: EFFICIENT PRESENTATIONS FOR THREE SIMPLE GROUPS P.E. Kenne Department of Computer Science, Australian National University, GPO Box 4, Canberra ACT 2601. | + | Reference: EFFICIENT PRESENTATIONS FOR THREE SIMPLE GROUPS P.E. Kenne Department of Computer Science, Australian National University, GPO Box 4, Canberra ACT 2601. |

==== <div id="SpecialLinearPrime_group">Special Linear Group with Prime p</div> ==== | ==== <div id="SpecialLinearPrime_group">Special Linear Group with Prime p</div> ==== | ||

The Special Linear group SL_2(p) has the following presentation | The Special Linear group SL_2(p) has the following presentation | ||

SL_2(p) = (x,y | x^{2} =(xy)^{3},(xy^{4}xy^{t})^{2}y^{p}x^{2k}=1> | SL_2(p) = (x,y | x^{2} =(xy)^{3},(xy^{4}xy^{t})^{2}y^{p}x^{2k}=1> | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:SpecialLinearPrime group|Computations of the Special Linear | + | [[:ApCoCoA:SpecialLinearPrime group|Computations of the Special Linear Group with Prime p]] |

Reference: EFFICIENT PRESENTATIONS FOR FINITE SIMPLE GROUPS AND RELATED GROUPS Colin M. Campbell, E.F. Robertson and P.D. Williams* 1988 | Reference: EFFICIENT PRESENTATIONS FOR FINITE SIMPLE GROUPS AND RELATED GROUPS Colin M. Campbell, E.F. Robertson and P.D. Williams* 1988 | ||

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The Modular group has the following presentation | The Modular group has the following presentation | ||

PSL(2,Z) = <a,b | a^2 = (ab)^3 = 1 > | PSL(2,Z) = <a,b | a^2 = (ab)^3 = 1 > | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Modular group|Computations of the Modular | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Modular group|Computations of the Modular Group]] |

==== <div id="Alternating_groups">Alternating Groups</div> ==== | ==== <div id="Alternating_groups">Alternating Groups</div> ==== | ||

The Alternating groups have the following presentation | The Alternating groups have the following presentation | ||

A_{n+2} = <x_{1},..x_{n} | x_{i}^{3} = (x_{i}x_{j})^2 = 1 for every i != j> | A_{n+2} = <x_{1},..x_{n} | x_{i}^{3} = (x_{i}x_{j})^2 = 1 for every i != j> | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Alternating groups|Computations of the Alternating | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Alternating groups|Computations of the Alternating Groups]] |

==== <div id="Thompson_group">Thompson Group</div> ==== | ==== <div id="Thompson_group">Thompson Group</div> ==== | ||

T = <a,b | [ab^{-1},a^{-1}ba] = [ab^{-1},a^{-2}ba^{2}] = 1> | T = <a,b | [ab^{-1},a^{-1}ba] = [ab^{-1},a^{-2}ba^{2}] = 1> | ||

= <x_{0},x_{1},x_{2},... | x_{k}^{-1}x_{n}x_{k} = x_{n+1} for all k < n> with a = x_{0}, x_{n} = a^{1-n}ba^{n-1} | = <x_{0},x_{1},x_{2},... | x_{k}^{-1}x_{n}x_{k} = x_{n+1} for all k < n> with a = x_{0}, x_{n} = a^{1-n}ba^{n-1} | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Thompson group|Computation of the Thompson | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Thompson group|Computation of the Thompson Group]] |

==== <div id="Triangle_groups">Triangle Groups</div> ==== | ==== <div id="Triangle_groups">Triangle Groups</div> ==== | ||

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The hyperbolical case: 1/l + 1/m + 1/n < 1 | The hyperbolical case: 1/l + 1/m + 1/n < 1 | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Triangle groups|Computations of the Triangle | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Triangle groups|Computations of the Triangle Groups]] |

==== Euclidean Bianchi Groups ==== | ==== Euclidean Bianchi Groups ==== | ||

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The group Eb_{1} is called Picard Group: | The group Eb_{1} is called Picard Group: | ||

Eb_{1} = <a,l,t,u | tu = ut, a^{2} = l^{2} = (al)^{2} = (tl)^{2} = (ul)^{2} = (at)^{3} = (ual)^3 = 1> | Eb_{1} = <a,l,t,u | tu = ut, a^{2} = l^{2} = (al)^{2} = (tl)^{2} = (ul)^{2} = (at)^{3} = (ual)^3 = 1> | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Picard group|Computation of Picard | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Picard group|Computation of Picard Group]]. |

Others are specifiable by their indices: | Others are specifiable by their indices: | ||

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Eb_{7} = <a,t,u | tu = ut, a^{2} = (at)^{3} = (u^{-1}auat)^{2} = 1> | Eb_{7} = <a,t,u | tu = ut, a^{2} = (at)^{3} = (u^{-1}auat)^{2} = 1> | ||

Eb_{11} = <a,t,u | tu = ut, a^{2} = (at)^{3} = (u^{-1}auat)^{3} = 1> | Eb_{11} = <a,t,u | tu = ut, a^{2} = (at)^{3} = (u^{-1}auat)^{3} = 1> | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Euclidean Bianchi groups|Computations of Euclidean Bianchi groups]] | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Euclidean Bianchi groups|Computations of Euclidean Bianchi Groups]]. |

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+ | ==== <div id="Knot_groups">Knot Groups</div> ==== | ||

+ | There are a lot of cases of Knot groups. | ||

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+ | One of them is the "figure eight group" which has the following presentation: | ||

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+ | feg(x,y)= < x,y | yxy^{-1}xy = xyx^{-1}yx > | ||

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+ | [[:ApCoCoA:Knot Group|Computation of the figure eight group]] | ||

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+ | Another is the "torus knot group" which has the following presantation: | ||

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+ | tng(a,b)= < a,b| a^p = b^q = 1 > | ||

+ | where p,q are relatively prime | ||

+ | [[:ApCoCoA: Torus Knot Group|Computation of the torus knot group]] | ||

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+ | ==== <div id="Coxeter_groups">Coxeter Groups</div> ==== | ||

+ | There different types of Coxeter groups: | ||

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+ | One of them, is the H3 Coxter Group, called the full icosahedral group, with the following presentation: | ||

+ | H3 = <x,y,z | x^2 = y^2 = z^2 = (xy)^2 = (xz)^2 =(yz)^2 = 1 > | ||

+ | [[:ApCoCoA:Coxeter groups|Computation of the full Icosahedral Group]] | ||

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+ | Another Coxeter Group is the group H4 with the presentation: | ||

+ | H4 = <v,x,y,z | v^2 = x^2 = y^2 = z^2 = (vx)^3 =(vy)^2 = (vz)^2 =(xy)^4 = (xz)^2 =(yz)^3 = 1> | ||

+ | [[:ApCoCoA:Coxeter groupsH|Computation of the Coxeter Group H4]] | ||

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+ | Third Coxeter Group is the group F4 with the presentation: | ||

+ | F4 = <v,x,y,z | v^2 = x^2 = y^2 = z^2 = (vx)^3 =(vy)^2 = (vz)^2 =(xy)^4 = (xz)^2 =(yz)^3 = 1> | ||

+ | [[:ApCoCoA:Coxeter Group F4|Computation of the Coxeter Group F4]] | ||

==== <div id="Other_groups">Other Groups</div> ==== | ==== <div id="Other_groups">Other Groups</div> ==== | ||

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1) G = <a,b | a^{2}b^{-6} = (ab^{-1})^{3}ab^{-2}ab^{k}a^{-1}b = 1> | 1) G = <a,b | a^{2}b^{-6} = (ab^{-1})^{3}ab^{-2}ab^{k}a^{-1}b = 1> | ||

where k is congruent to 3 mod 6. | where k is congruent to 3 mod 6. | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Other1 groups|Computations of the other | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Other1 groups|Computations of the other Group 1]] |

The next group, denoted by G, is the largest finite generalized triangle group and called the Rosenberger Monster. This group has | The next group, denoted by G, is the largest finite generalized triangle group and called the Rosenberger Monster. This group has | ||

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Levai, Rosenberger and Souvignier showed that G is finite an the group below, denoted by H, is infinite. | Levai, Rosenberger and Souvignier showed that G is finite an the group below, denoted by H, is infinite. | ||

3) H = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (abababab^{2}abab^{2}ab^{2})^2 = 1> | 3) H = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (abababab^{2}abab^{2}ab^{2})^2 = 1> | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Other2 groups|Computations of the other | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Other2 groups|Computations of the other Groups 2 and 3]] |

This group is an example of a generalized triangle group with order |G| = 1440 | This group is an example of a generalized triangle group with order |G| = 1440 | ||

4) G = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (ababab^{2})^{3} = 1> | 4) G = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (ababab^{2})^{3} = 1> | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Other4 groups|Computations of the other | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Other4 groups|Computations of the other Group 4]] |

The following groups, denoted by G and H, are both solvable with length 4 but differs in the factors. G has an order |G| = 4224. | The following groups, denoted by G and H, are both solvable with length 4 but differs in the factors. G has an order |G| = 4224. | ||

5) G = <a,b | a^{2}b^{-4} = (ababab^{3})^{2} = 1> | 5) G = <a,b | a^{2}b^{-4} = (ababab^{3})^{2} = 1> | ||

6) H = <a,b | a^{2}b^{4} = (ababab^{3})^{2} = 1> | 6) H = <a,b | a^{2}b^{4} = (ababab^{3})^{2} = 1> | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Other5 groups|Computations of the other | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Other5 groups|Computations of the other Groups 5 and 6]] |

The next group denoted by G has the following representation: | The next group denoted by G has the following representation: | ||

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It holds that |G| = 9216 and that G is solvable of length 4. | It holds that |G| = 9216 and that G is solvable of length 4. | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Other7 groups|Computations of the other | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Other7 groups|Computations of the other Group 7]] |

The next group, denoted by H(r,n,s) has more relations and depends on three parameters. The finite representation for r > s and | The next group, denoted by H(r,n,s) has more relations and depends on three parameters. The finite representation for r > s and | ||

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8) H(r,n,s) = <a_{1},a_{2},...,a_{n} | a_{1}a_{2}..a_{r} = a_{r+1}a_{r+2}..a_{r+s}, a_{2}a_{3}..a_{r+1} = | 8) H(r,n,s) = <a_{1},a_{2},...,a_{n} | a_{1}a_{2}..a_{r} = a_{r+1}a_{r+2}..a_{r+s}, a_{2}a_{3}..a_{r+1} = | ||

a_{r+2}a_{r+3}..a_{r+s+1},..,a_{n}a_{1}..a_{r-1} = a_{r}a_{r+1}..a_{r+s-1}> | a_{r+2}a_{r+3}..a_{r+s+1},..,a_{n}a_{1}..a_{r-1} = a_{r}a_{r+1}..a_{r+s-1}> | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Other8 groups|Computations of the other | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Other8 groups|Computations of the other Group 8]] |

This group has the following finite representation: | This group has the following finite representation: | ||

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A special case which is also isomorphic to H(r,n,s) is the group denoted by F(r,n). A finite representation is given by: | A special case which is also isomorphic to H(r,n,s) is the group denoted by F(r,n). A finite representation is given by: | ||

10) F(r,n) = <a_{1},..,a_{n} | a_{1}a_{2}..a_{r} = a_{r+1},..,a_{n}a_{1}..a_{r-1} = a_{r}> | 10) F(r,n) = <a_{1},..,a_{n} | a_{1}a_{2}..a_{r} = a_{r+1},..,a_{n}a_{1}..a_{r-1} = a_{r}> | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Other9 groups|Computations of the other | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Other9 groups|Computations of the other Groups 9 and 10]] |

The next group consists of two generators and two relations (#generators = #relations) with the following representation: | The next group consists of two generators and two relations (#generators = #relations) with the following representation: | ||

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for r >= 1 and n >= 2 | for r >= 1 and n >= 2 | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Other11 groups|Computations of the other | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Other11 groups|Computations of the other Group 11]] |

Group number 12 has the following finite representation: | Group number 12 has the following finite representation: | ||

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for a,b >= 1 and n >= 2. In this case (like group number 11 above) the count of generators is equal to the count of relations. | for a,b >= 1 and n >= 2. In this case (like group number 11 above) the count of generators is equal to the count of relations. | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Other12 groups|Computations of the other | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Other12 groups|Computations of the other Group 12]] |

For the next group we need four parameters: a,b,c,d. It is represented by this representation: | For the next group we need four parameters: a,b,c,d. It is represented by this representation: | ||

13) G = <x,y | x^2 = xy^{a}xy^{b}xy^{c}xy^{d} = 1> | 13) G = <x,y | x^2 = xy^{a}xy^{b}xy^{c}xy^{d} = 1> | ||

− | [[:ApCoCoA:Other13 groups|Computations of the other | + | [[:ApCoCoA:Other13 groups|Computations of the other Group 13]] |

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## Latest revision as of 15:49, 29 October 2020

The following are examples of finitely presented groups. For each of them, we offer the ApCoCoA code to compute the Gröbner basis of the defining ideal of their group ring.

Examples in Symbolic Data Format

#### Baumslag Groups

Baumslag-Solitar groups are examples of two-generator one-relator groups.

BS(m,n) = <a,b | ba^{m} = a^{n}b>

where m, n are natural numbers. Computations of Baumslag Groups.

Another variation of the Baumslag groups, called the Baumslag-Gersten group, is defined by:

BG = <a,b | (b^{-1}a^{-1}b)a(b^{-1}a^{-1}b) = a^{2}>

Computations of Baumslag-Gersten Groups.

#### Braid Groups

For a natural number n, the following is a presentation of the Braid group with n-1 generators and n strands.

B(n) = <g_{1},...,g_{n-1} | g_{i}g_{j} = g_{j}g_{i} for |i-j| >= 2, g_{i}g_{i+1}g_{i} = g_{i+1}g_{i}g_{i+1} for 1 <= i <= n-2>

#### Artin Groups (Generalized Braid Groups)

An Artin group (Generalized Braid group) is a group with a representation of the form

G = <x_{1},...,x_{n} | <x_1,x_2>^{m_{1,2}} = <x_2,x_1>^{m_{2,1}}, ... , <x_{n-1},x_{n}>^{m_{n-1,n}} = <x_{n},x_{n-1}>^{m_{n,n-1}}>

where m_{i,j} = m_{j,i} > 1

If m is not infinity <x_i,x_j>^{m} denotes an alterning product of x_i and x_j of length m beginning with x_i.

For example <x_1,x_2>^{4} = x_1x_2_x1_x2

If m is infinity there is no relation between x_i and x_j.

#### Cyclic Groups

For a natural number n > 1 the cyclic groups can be represented as

C(n) = <a | a^{n} = 1>

#### Dicyclic Groups

Dic(n) = <a,b | a^{2n} = 1, a^{n} = b^{2}, b^{-1}ab = a^{-1}>

Computations of Dicyclic Groups

#### Dihedral Groups

Dih(n) = <r,s | r^{n} = s^{2} = s^{-1}rs = r^{-1} = 1>

Computations of Dihedral Groups

#### von Dyck Groups

The von Dyck groups are sometimes referred to as ordinary triangle groups and are subgroups of index 2 in Triangle(l, m, n) generated by words of even length in the generators a, b, c. A specific representation is given for x = ab, y = ca, yx = cb:

D(l,m,n) = <x,y | x^{l} = y^{m} = (xy)^{n} = 1>

Computations of von Dyck Groups

#### Free Abelian Groups

Z(n) = <a_{1},...,a_{n} | [a_{i},a_{j}] = 1 for all i,j>

Computations of Free Abelian Groups

#### Free Groups

F(n) = <a_{1},...,a_{n} | a_{i}a_{i}^{-1} = a_{i}^{-1}a_{i} = 1>

#### Fibonacci Groups

These groups have the following finite presentation:

F(2,m) = <x_{1},...,x_{m} | x_{i}x_{i+1} = x_{i+2}>

where the indices are taken modulo m. Computations of Fibonacci Groups

#### Hecke Groups

H(lambda_q) = <x,y | x^2=(xy)^q=1, for q >= 3>

#### Extended Hecke Groups

The Extended Hecke Group is a kind of Hecke group with the following presentation:

<R,X,Y | R^2 = X^2 = Y^p = (RX)^2 = (YR)^2 = 1>

Computations of Extended Hecke Groups

#### Heisenberg Groups

H(2k+1) = <a_{1},...,a_{k},b_{1},...,b_{k},c | [a_{i},b_{i}] = c, [a_{i},c] = [b_{i},c], [a_{i},b_{j}] = 1 for all i != j>

Computations of Heisenberg Groups

#### Higman Group

H = <a,b,c,d | a^{-1}ba = b^{2}, b^{-1}cb = c^{2}, c^{-1}dc = d^{2}, d^{-1}ad = a^{2}>

#### Ordinary Tetrahedron Groups

The Ordinary tetrahedron groups are groups with the following presentation where e_i >= 2 and f_i >= 2 for all i.

G(e_1,e_2,e_3,f_1,f_2,f_3) = <x,y,z | x^{e_1} = y^{e_2} = z^{e_3} = (xy^{-1})^{f_1} = (yz^{-1})^{f_2} = (zx^{-1})^{f_3} = 1>

Computations of Ordinary Tetrahedron Groups

#### Lamplighter Group

The Lamplighter group has the following presentation

G = <a,b | (ab^{n}ab^{-n})^2 = 1>

for all n in Z. Computations of Lamplighter Group

#### Symmetric Groups

The symmetric groups have the following presentation for n > 0

S_n = <a_{1},..,a_{n-1} | a_{i}^2 = 1, a_{i}a_{j} = a_{j}a_{i} for j != i +/- 1, (a_{i}a_{i+1})^3 = 1>

where a_{i} is the neighbor transposition a_{i} = (i,i+1) Computations of Symmetric Groups

#### Tetraeder Group

The Tetraeder group has the following presentation

A_4 = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (ab)^3 = 1>

Computations of the Tetraeder Group

#### Oktaeder Group

The Oktaeder group has the following presentation

O = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (ab)^4 = 1>

Computations of the Oktaeder Group

#### Ikosaeder Group

The Ikosaeder group has the following presentation

I = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (ab)^5 = 1>

Computations of the Ikosaeder Group

#### Mathieu Group M_{11}

The Mathieu group M_{11} has the following presentation

M_{11} = <a,b | a^2 = b^4 = (ab)^11 = (ab^2)^6 = ababab^{−1}abab^2ab^{−1}abab^{−1}ab^{−1} = 1>

Computations of the Mathieu Group M_{11}

#### Mathieu Group M_{22}

The Mathieu group M_{22} has the following presentation

M_{22} = <a,b | a^2 = b^4 = (ab)^11 = (ab^2)^5 = [a,bab]^3 = (ababab^{−1})^5 = 1>

Computations of the Mathieu Group M_{22}

#### Quaternion Group

The Quaternion group has the following presentation

Q_8 = <a,b | a^4 = 1, x^2 = y^2, y^{-1}xy = x^{-1}>

Computations of the Quaternion Group

#### Tits Group

The Tits group has the following presentation

T = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (ab)^13 = [a,b]^5 = [a,bab]^4 = ((ab)^4ab^{-1})^6 = 1 >

Computations of the Tits Group

#### Special Linear Group

The special linear group has the following presentation

SL_2(Z) = <a,b | aba = bab, (aba)^4 = 1 >

Computations of the Special Linear Group

#### Special Linear Group SL_2(32)

The special linear group S_2(32) has the following presentation

SL_2(32) = <a,b | b^3 = (ab)^{2} = a^{6}ba^{-2}ba^{2}b^{-1}a^{3}b^{-1}ab^{-1}a^{-3}b >

Computations of the Special Linear Group SL_2(32) Reference: EFFICIENT PRESENTATIONS FOR THREE SIMPLE GROUPS P.E. Kenne Department of Computer Science, Australian National University, GPO Box 4, Canberra ACT 2601.

#### Special Linear Group with Prime p

The Special Linear group SL_2(p) has the following presentation

SL_2(p) = (x,y | x^{2} =(xy)^{3},(xy^{4}xy^{t})^{2}y^{p}x^{2k}=1>

Computations of the Special Linear Group with Prime p Reference: EFFICIENT PRESENTATIONS FOR FINITE SIMPLE GROUPS AND RELATED GROUPS Colin M. Campbell, E.F. Robertson and P.D. Williams* 1988

#### Modular Group

The Modular group has the following presentation

PSL(2,Z) = <a,b | a^2 = (ab)^3 = 1 >

Computations of the Modular Group

#### Alternating Groups

The Alternating groups have the following presentation

A_{n+2} = <x_{1},..x_{n} | x_{i}^{3} = (x_{i}x_{j})^2 = 1 for every i != j>

Computations of the Alternating Groups

#### Thompson Group

T = <a,b | [ab^{-1},a^{-1}ba] = [ab^{-1},a^{-2}ba^{2}] = 1> = <x_{0},x_{1},x_{2},... | x_{k}^{-1}x_{n}x_{k} = x_{n+1} for all k < n> with a = x_{0}, x_{n} = a^{1-n}ba^{n-1}

Computation of the Thompson Group

#### Triangle Groups

The triangle groups describe the application of reflections across the sides of a triangle (A,B,C) with the three reflections a,b,c and can be represented as the following:

Triangle(l,m,n) = {a,b,c | a^{2} = b^{2} = c^{2} = (ab)^{l} = (bc)^{m} = (ca)^{n} = 1}

There are three different cases depending on the choice of the parameters l,m,n:

The euclidian case: 1/l + 1/m + 1/n = 1 The spherical case: 1/l + 1/m + 1/n > 1 The hyperbolical case: 1/l + 1/m + 1/n < 1

Computations of the Triangle Groups

#### Euclidean Bianchi Groups

There are five cases of Euclidean Bianchi groups: Eb_{1}, Eb_{2}, Eb_{3}, Eb_{7}, Eb_{11}.

The group Eb_{1} is called Picard Group:

Eb_{1} = <a,l,t,u | tu = ut, a^{2} = l^{2} = (al)^{2} = (tl)^{2} = (ul)^{2} = (at)^{3} = (ual)^3 = 1>

Others are specifiable by their indices:

Eb_{3} = <a,d,e | a^{2} = (da)^{2} = (ade)^{2} = d^{3} = e^{3} = (dae^{-1})^{3} = e^{-1}dedaed^{-1}e^{-1}d^{-1}a = 1>

Eb_{2} = <a,t,u | tu = ut, a^{2} = (at)^{3} = (u^{-1}aua)^{2} = 1> Eb_{7} = <a,t,u | tu = ut, a^{2} = (at)^{3} = (u^{-1}auat)^{2} = 1> Eb_{11} = <a,t,u | tu = ut, a^{2} = (at)^{3} = (u^{-1}auat)^{3} = 1>

Computations of Euclidean Bianchi Groups.

#### Knot Groups

There are a lot of cases of Knot groups.

One of them is the "figure eight group" which has the following presentation:

feg(x,y)= < x,y | yxy^{-1}xy = xyx^{-1}yx >

Computation of the figure eight group

Another is the "torus knot group" which has the following presantation:

tng(a,b)= < a,b| a^p = b^q = 1 > where p,q are relatively prime

Computation of the torus knot group

#### Coxeter Groups

There different types of Coxeter groups:

One of them, is the H3 Coxter Group, called the full icosahedral group, with the following presentation:

H3 = <x,y,z | x^2 = y^2 = z^2 = (xy)^2 = (xz)^2 =(yz)^2 = 1 >

Computation of the full Icosahedral Group

Another Coxeter Group is the group H4 with the presentation:

H4 = <v,x,y,z | v^2 = x^2 = y^2 = z^2 = (vx)^3 =(vy)^2 = (vz)^2 =(xy)^4 = (xz)^2 =(yz)^3 = 1>

Computation of the Coxeter Group H4

Third Coxeter Group is the group F4 with the presentation:

F4 = <v,x,y,z | v^2 = x^2 = y^2 = z^2 = (vx)^3 =(vy)^2 = (vz)^2 =(xy)^4 = (xz)^2 =(yz)^3 = 1>

Computation of the Coxeter Group F4

#### Other Groups

The following groups are either special cases of the groups above or hasn't been named yet.

The first example is a group which has the same count of generators and relations (#Generators = #Relations) and is solvable with length 6.

1) G = <a,b | a^{2}b^{-6} = (ab^{-1})^{3}ab^{-2}ab^{k}a^{-1}b = 1> where k is congruent to 3 mod 6.

Computations of the other Group 1

The next group, denoted by G, is the largest finite generalized triangle group and called the Rosenberger Monster. This group has an order |G| = 2^{20}*3^{4}*5.

2) G = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (abababab^{2}ab^{2}abab^{2}ab^{2})^2 = 1>

Levai, Rosenberger and Souvignier showed that G is finite an the group below, denoted by H, is infinite.

3) H = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (abababab^{2}abab^{2}ab^{2})^2 = 1>

Computations of the other Groups 2 and 3

This group is an example of a generalized triangle group with order |G| = 1440

4) G = <a,b | a^2 = b^3 = (ababab^{2})^{3} = 1>

Computations of the other Group 4

The following groups, denoted by G and H, are both solvable with length 4 but differs in the factors. G has an order |G| = 4224.

5) G = <a,b | a^{2}b^{-4} = (ababab^{3})^{2} = 1> 6) H = <a,b | a^{2}b^{4} = (ababab^{3})^{2} = 1>

Computations of the other Groups 5 and 6

The next group denoted by G has the following representation:

7) G = <a,b | a^{2}b^{-3} = (ababa^{2}ab^{2})^2 = 1>

It holds that |G| = 9216 and that G is solvable of length 4.

Computations of the other Group 7

The next group, denoted by H(r,n,s) has more relations and depends on three parameters. The finite representation for r > s and s >= 0 is given by:

8) H(r,n,s) = <a_{1},a_{2},...,a_{n} | a_{1}a_{2}..a_{r} = a_{r+1}a_{r+2}..a_{r+s}, a_{2}a_{3}..a_{r+1} = a_{r+2}a_{r+3}..a_{r+s+1},..,a_{n}a_{1}..a_{r-1} = a_{r}a_{r+1}..a_{r+s-1}>

Computations of the other Group 8

This group has the following finite representation:

9) F(r,n,k) = <a_{1},a_{2},..,a_{n} | a_{1}a_{2}..a_{r} = a_{r+k},a_{2}a_{3}..a_{r+1} = a_{r+k+1},..,a_{n}a_{1}a_{2}..a_{r-1} = a_{r+k-1}>

It follow that the group number 8 (denoted by H(r,n,s)) is isomorphic to the group F(r,n,k) for s = k = 1.

A special case which is also isomorphic to H(r,n,s) is the group denoted by F(r,n). A finite representation is given by:

10) F(r,n) = <a_{1},..,a_{n} | a_{1}a_{2}..a_{r} = a_{r+1},..,a_{n}a_{1}..a_{r-1} = a_{r}>

Computations of the other Groups 9 and 10

The next group consists of two generators and two relations (#generators = #relations) with the following representation:

11) G = <x,t | xt^{r} = tx^{r},t^{n} = 1>

for r >= 1 and n >= 2

Computations of the other Group 11

Group number 12 has the following finite representation:

12) G = <x,t | tx^{a}t^{-1} = x^{b},t^{n} = 1>

for a,b >= 1 and n >= 2. In this case (like group number 11 above) the count of generators is equal to the count of relations.

Computations of the other Group 12

For the next group we need four parameters: a,b,c,d. It is represented by this representation:

13) G = <x,y | x^2 = xy^{a}xy^{b}xy^{c}xy^{d} = 1>