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Apr 26 |
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teichmuller geodesics and hyperbolic mapping torus
Dylan - $\ell$ need not track $\sigma$, even in the WP metric. See my answer for a sketch of this. |
Apr 26 |
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teichmuller geodesics and hyperbolic mapping torus
wording |
Apr 26 |
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Pseudoanosov mapping torus and length of curves.
Yes - this always happens if $S - X$ is more than a collection of annuli and pairs of pants. |
Apr 26 |
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teichmuller geodesics and hyperbolic mapping torus
added remark about the thin part... |
Apr 26 |
answered | teichmuller geodesics and hyperbolic mapping torus |
Apr 26 |
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Explicit examples of Dehn presentations of hyperbolic groups
The argument for this relation is the same, because it and the one you give yield identical tilings of the hyperbolic plane. |
Apr 26 |
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Explicit examples of Dehn presentations of hyperbolic groups
change intro |
Apr 26 |
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Explicit examples of Dehn presentations of hyperbolic groups
added tag |
Apr 26 |
answered | Explicit examples of Dehn presentations of hyperbolic groups |
Apr 18 |
awarded | Enlightened |
Apr 17 |
revised |
Decomposition of a cross-polytope into simplices
Added a banner to make it clear this isn't an answer to the actual question. |
Apr 17 |
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Decomposition of a cross-polytope into simplices
Ok. I edited your question to make that clear, and fixed a typo. I'll leave my non-answer here just in case it helps anybody. |
Apr 17 |
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Decomposition of a cross-polytope into simplices
clarified question, fixed typo |
Apr 16 |
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Decomposition of a cross-polytope into simplices
Good point. I missed that. I will ask the original poster which kind of decomposition they actually wanted. |
Apr 16 |
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Decomposition of a cross-polytope into simplices
Found name |
Apr 16 |
answered | Decomposition of a cross-polytope into simplices |
Apr 14 |
answered | Must the powers of some element always grow linearly with respect to a word metric? |
Apr 12 |
awarded | Necromancer |
Apr 12 |
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The name of a group of order 24
The description in the comment gives the orientation-preserving symmetries of the octahedron. |
Apr 12 |
answered | Rediscovery of lost mathematics |