The Whitehead problem is solved in the class of toral relatively
hyperbolic groups G (i.e. torsion-free relatively hyperbolic groups with abelian
parabolic subgroups): there is an algorithm which, given two nite tuples
(u1; ... ; un) and (v1; ... ; vn) of elements of G, decides whether there is an
automorphism of G taking ui to vi for all i.
CitationKharlampovich, O.; Ventura, E. A Whitehad algorithm for toral relatively hyperbolic groups. "International journal of algebra and computation", 04 Desembre 2012, vol. 22, núm. 8.
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