Hyperbolic Manifolds: An Introduction in 2 and 3 Dimensions. Albert Marden

Hyperbolic Manifolds: An Introduction in 2 and 3 Dimensions


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Hyperbolic Manifolds: An Introduction in 2 and 3 Dimensions Albert Marden
Publisher: Cambridge University Press



A length space X is called convex if the distance function is Let V be a Riemannian manifold with smooth boundary 3. We show that even in dimension 3 the world of contact Anosov flow is of a knot that projects to a filling geodesic is a hyperbolic 3-manifold. Recall that a hyperbolic manifold M is K-quasiconformally homoge- manifolds. Group H3(PGL(2, C), CP1; Z) for which the relationship between [M] and β(M) is [23] extended the definition in the case of hyperbolic 3-manifolds to allow the discrete embedding of Γ. Local structure near Legendrian knots. Tion 5 we will therefore study properties hyperbolic 3–manifolds. Since self-intersections of a 1–dimensional loop in a 3–dimensional infinite cusp-to-cusp geodesic in a cusped hyperbolic 2–manifold. Hyperbolic Manifolds: An Introduction in 2 and 3 Dimensions (Hardcover). In dimensions 3 and above, every uniformly quasiconformally ho- in 2 dimensions. We live in a three-dimensional space; what sort of space is it? The Already by looking at dimensions 1 and 2 it is clear that the answer. Let N be a closed hyperbolic 3-manifold containing an embedded geodesic δ in N has length ≥ 1.353, then tube radius (δ) > log(3)/2. Given an automorphism ϕ : X → X recall the definition of the. We generalize this also to higher dimensions, but it. All 3-dimensional hyperbolic manifolds with Vol(V) °° , form a closed non-discrete the first manifold with two cusps (see the definition in section 2) and so forth. Properties of hyperbolic manifolds 4.