Items Authored by Brin, Matthew G. as appear on MathSciNet. Institutional subscription to MathSciNet is required.

- (with Collin Bleak, Martin Kassabov, Justin Tatch Moore,
Matthew C. B. Zaremsky)
Groups of fast homeomorphisms of the interval and the
ping-pong argument,
J. Comb. Algebra
**3**(2019), 1-40. doi - (with Garry Bowlin)
Coloring planar graphs via colored paths in the
associahedra,
Int'l. J. of Algebra and Computation
**23**(2013), 1337-1418. doi -
(with Gareth A. Jones and David Singerman)
Commentary on Robert Riley's article "A personal
account of the discovery of hyperbolic structures on some
knot complements", Expo. Math.
**31**(2013) 99-103. doi -
The Free Group of Rank 2 is a Limit of Thompson's Group F,
Groups Geom. Dyn.
**4**(2010), 433-454. doi -
On the Baker's map and
the Simplicity of the Higher Dimensional Thompson Groups nV,
Publ. Mat.
**54**(2010), 433-439. doi -
The Algebra of Strand Splitting. I. A Braided Version of Thompson's
Group V, J. Group Theory,
**10**(2007), 757-788. doi -
The Algebra of Strand Splitting. II. A Presentation for the Braid Group
on One Strand, Int'l. J. of Algebra and Computation,
**16**(2006), 203-219. doi -
Elementary Amenable Subgroups of R. Thompson's group F,
Int'l. J. of Algebra and Computation,
**15**(2005), 619-642. doi -
Presentations of higher dimensional Thompson groups,
J. Algebra
**284**(2005), 520-558. doi -
Coherence of Associativity in Categories with
Multiplication,
Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra
**198**(2005), 57-65. doi -
On the Zappa-Szep product,
Comm. in Algebra
**33**(2005), 393-424. doi -
Higher dimensional Thompson groups,
Geometriae Dedicata
**108**(2004), 163-192. doi - (with C. Squier)
Presentations, conjugacy, roots, and centralizers in groups of
piecewise linear homeomorphisms of the real line,
Comm. in Algebra
**29**(2001), 4557-4596. doi - The ubiquity of Thompson's group F in groups of
piecewise linear homeomorphisms of the unit interval,
J. Lond. Math. Soc. (2)
**60**(1999), 449-460. doi -
(with F. Guzman) Automorphisms of generalized Thompson
groups, J. Algebra
**203**(1998), 285-348. doi -
The
Chameleon Groups of Richard J. Thompson: Automorphisms and
Dynamics, Pub. Math. IHES
**84**(1996), 5-33. doi - (with D. Rauschenberg and C. Squier)
On the genus of the
semi-direct product of
Z
_{9}by Z_{3}, J. Graph Theory**13**(1989), 49-61. doi - (with T.L. Thickstun) 3-manifolds which are end 1-movable, Mem. Amer. Math. Soc., Vol. 81, No. 411, (1989), 1-73. doi
- (with C. Squier)
On the genus of Z
_{3}x Z_{3}x Z_{3}, Europ. J. Combinatorics**9**(1988), 431-443. doi - (with T.L. Thickstun)
Open, irreducible 3-manifolds which are end
1-movable, Topology
**26**(1987), 211-233. doi - (with T.L. Thickstun) On properly embedding non compact
surfaces in arbitrary 3-manifolds,
Proc. Lond. Math. Soc. (3)
**54**(1987), 350-366. doi - (with T. L. Thickstun)
On the proper Steenrod homotopy groups, and
proper embeddings of planes into 3-manifolds, Trans. Amer. Math.
Soc.
**289**(1985), 737-755. doi - (with C. Squier)
Groups of piecewise linear homeomorphisms of the
real line, Invent. Math.
**79**(1985), 485-498. doi - (with G. P. Scott and K. Johannson)
Totally peripheral
3-manifolds,
Pacific J. Math.
**118**(1985), 37-51. doi - Curves isotopic to tame curves, Continua, decompositions, manifolds, Proceedings of Texas Topology Symposium 1980, University of Texas Press, Austin, 1983, 163-166.
- (with D.R. McMillan, Jr.)
Generalized three-manifolds with
zero-dimensional non-manifold set, Pacific J. Math.
**97**(1981), 29-58. doi -
Torsion free actions on 1-acyclic manifolds and the loop theorem,
Topology
**20**(1981), 353-363. doi -
Generalized 3-manifolds whose non-manifold set has
neighborhoods bounded by tori,
Trans. Amer. Math. Soc.
**264**(1981), 539-555. doi -
Improving 3-manifold compactifications of open 3-manifolds,
Houston J. Math.
**4**(1978), 149-163. - (with J.O. Berge)
A handlebody with one pillbox has no fake
3-cells, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.
**52**(1975), 390-392. doi

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