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Maître de conférences at Université de Grenoble (France)
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accepted | Fibered knot with periodic homological monodromy |
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Fibered knot with periodic homological monodromy
Thanks for your answer. Now I realize that Morton's construction (H. R. MORTON, 'Fibred knots with a given Alexander polynomial', Enseign. Math. 31 (1983), 205-222) actually gives counter-examples: Morton constructs infinitely many distinct fibered knots with prescribed Alexander polynomial (actually he starts from Burde's knots and twists). If we take his construction for a cyclotomic Alexander polynomial, then the homological monodromy has to be periodic (since diagonalizable), but infinitely many of Morton's knots will have pseudo-Anosov monodromy. |
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asked | Fibered knot with periodic homological monodromy |
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Genus one fibered links
Thanks Ken. Along the same line, one can start from a trefoil and plumb a Hopf band. This can be done in several ways, depending on a joice of a segment on the punctured torus, that is, a rational number. The monodromy in this case is the product of a matrix of trace 1 and a matrix of trace 2, and we can obtain many conjugacy classes in this way (I think at least one per trace). If we start from a figure-eight, it works in the same way, except that we obtain the product of a matrix of trace 3 with a matrix of trace 2. |
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Genus one fibered links
Thanks! The Stallings twist seems a good idea, I will think about it. |
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asked | Genus one fibered links |
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awarded | Necromancer |
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awarded | Notable Question |
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answered | closed dual of vector fields |
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What information can one recover from the induced map on homology?
Well, I was assuming that you have an homeomorphism. Then the thing is that pseudo-Anosov maps minimize the entropy in their isotopy class, so that the bound on the entropy in the main theorem of Birman et al is a fortiori valid for any homeo. But I have no idea about the non-homeo case. |