In mathematics, a uniform tree is a locally finite tree which is the universal cover of a finite graph. Equivalently, the full automorphism group G=Aut(X) of the tree, which is a locally compact topological group, is unimodular and G\X is finite. Also equivalent is the existence of a uniform X-lattice in G.
- Bass, Hyman; Lubotzky, Alexander (2001), Tree Lattices, Progress in Mathematics, 176, Birkhäuser, ISBN 0-8176-4120-3
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