## The Geometry and Topology of Coxeter Groups. (LMS-32) |

"This book is one of those that grows with the reader: A graduate student can learn many properties, details and examples of Coxeter groups, while an expert can read about aspects of recent results in the theory of Coxeter groups and use the book as a guide to the literature. I strongly recommend this book to anybody who has any interest in geometric group theory. Anybody who reads (parts of) this book with an open mind will get a lot out of it." " "[An] excellent introduction to other, important aspects of the study of geometric and topological approaches to group theory. Davis's exposition gives a delightful treatment of infinite Coxeter groups that illustrates their continued utility to the field."
"This is a comprehensive--nearly encyclopedic--survey of results concerning Coxeter groups. No other book covers the more recent important results, many of which are due to Michael Davis himself. This is an excellent, thoughtful, and well-written book, and it should have a wide readership among pure mathematicians in geometry, topology, representation theory, and group theory." "Davis's book is a significant addition to the mathematics literature and it provides an important access point for geometric group theory. Although the book is a focused research monograph, it does such a nice job of presenting important material that it will also serve as a reference for quite some time. In fact, for years to come mathematicians will be writing 'terminology and notation follow Davis' in the introductions to papers on the geometry and topology of infinite Coxeter groups."
- London Mathematical Society Monographs
Edited by Martin Bridson, Ben Green, and Peter Sarnak
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