We show that Gromov's monsters arising from i.i.d. random labellings of expanders (that we call random Gromov's monsters) have linear divergence along a subsequence, so that in particular they do not contain Morse quasigeodesics, and they are not quasi-isometric to Gromov's monsters arising from graphical small cancellation labellings of expanders. Moreover, by further studying the divergence function, we show that there are uncountably many quasi-isometry classes of random Gromov's monsters.
|Journal||Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society|
|Early online date||18 Feb 2021|
|Publication status||E-pub ahead of print - 18 Feb 2021|
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