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revised Wide cylinders on half-translation surfaces
Spelled out the conclusion. Added questions.
2d
revised Triangulations of translation surfaces whose edges are shorter than the diameter
Added a proof of a weaker (but true!) result
Oct
17
answered Wide cylinders on half-translation surfaces
Oct
17
revised Triangulations of translation surfaces whose edges are shorter than the diameter
Added a remark about interval exchanges
Oct
17
revised Triangulations of translation surfaces whose edges are shorter than the diameter
fix typo
Oct
17
answered Triangulations of translation surfaces whose edges are shorter than the diameter
Oct
17
comment Wide cylinders on half-translation surfaces
You need to add a requirement - the areas of the polygons sum to one. (Otherwise you could just scale things down.)
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
20
comment Intersection of closed geodesics in hyperbolic surface
Yes. Replace the punctures by equal length geodesic boundary components. Do the above, and then glue to get a surface of genus two.
Sep
20
answered Intersection of closed geodesics in hyperbolic surface
Sep
7
answered Quasi-isometry and left invariant orderability for groups
Sep
6
comment Topological description of inverting a knot
Interesting question. Your question is more likely to get an interesting answer (especially here on MO) if you can find a sharper definition of "capsizing". (Inversion in knot theory already has a standard meaning.) My immediate thought is that capsizing looks a bit like the Reidemeister move $R_\infty$ - "pushing past infinity".
Aug
20
revised Classification of tangles?
fix typos
Aug
17
revised Classification of tangles?
added remark about Dehn twist equivalence between pared tangles.
Aug
16
revised Classification of tangles?
added question
Aug
16
answered Classification of tangles?
Aug
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Positive operators - norm equality
Aug
5
revised Computable link invariants
Reread the question and realized it might be asking something else...
Aug
5
comment Computable link invariants
Rereading your question, I realize that there are two possible versions. I'll add that to the answer.
Aug
5
answered Computable link invariants