The complexity of central series in nilpotent computable groups

Annals of Pure and Applied Logic 162 (8):667-678 (2011)
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The terms of the upper and lower central series of a nilpotent computable group have computably enumerable Turing degree. We show that the Turing degrees of these terms are independent even when restricted to groups which admit computable orders



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