In other words, is free-by-cyclic if it can be expressed as a group extension of a free group by a cyclic group (NB there are two conventions for 'by').
If is a finitely generated group we say that is (finitely generated free)-by-cyclic (or (f.g. free)-by-cyclic).
- A. Martino and E. Ventura (2004), The Conjugacy Problem for Free-by-Cyclic Groups. Preprint from the Centre de Recerca Matemàtica, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.
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