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Renormalization and 3-manifolds which fiber over the circle, by Curtis T. McMullen

Label
Renormalization and 3-manifolds which fiber over the circle
Title
Renormalization and 3-manifolds which fiber over the circle
Statement of responsibility
by Curtis T. McMullen
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Many parallels between complex dynamics and hyperbolic geometry have emerged in the past decade. Building on work of Sullivan and Thurston, this book gives a unified treatment of the construction of fixed-points for renormalization and the construction of hyperbolic 3- manifolds fibering over the circle. Both subjects are studied via geometric limits and rigidity. This approach shows open hyperbolic manifolds are inflexible, and yields quantitative counterparts to Mostow rigidity. In complex dynamics, it motivates the construction of towers of quadratic-like maps, and leads to a quan
Member of
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McMullen, Curtis T.,
Dewey number
514/.3
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Annals of Mathematics Studies
Series volume
Number 142
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Three-manifolds (Topology)
  • Differentiable dynamical systems
Label
Renormalization and 3-manifolds which fiber over the circle, by Curtis T. McMullen
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; 1 Introduction; 2 Rigidity of hyperbolic manifolds; 2.1 The Hausdorff topology; 2.2 Manifolds and geometric limits; 2.3 Rigidity; 2.4 Geometric inflexibility; 2.5 Deep points and differentiability; 2.6 Shallow sets; 3 Three-manifolds which fiber over the circle; 3.1 Structures on surfaces and 3-manifolds; 3.2 Quasifuchsian groups; 3.3 The mapping class group; 3.4 Hyperbolic structures on mapping tori; 3.5 Asymptotic geometry; 3.6 Speed of algebraic convergence; 3.7 Example: torus bundles; 4 Quadratic maps and renormalization; 4.1 Topologies on domains
  • 4.2 Polynomials and polynomial-like maps4.3 The inner class; 4.4 Improving polynomial-like maps; 4.5 Fixed points of quadratic maps; 4.6 Renormalization; 4.7 Simple renormalization; 4.8 Infinite renormalization; 5 Towers; 5.1 Definition and basic properties; 5.2 Infinitely renormalizable towers; 5.3 Bounded combinatorics; 5.4 Robustness and inner rigidity; 5.5 Unbranched renormalizations; 6 Rigidity of towers; 6.1 Fine towers; 6.2 Expansion; 6.3 Julia sets fill the plane; 6.4 Proof of rigidity; 6.5 A tower is determined by its inner classes; 7 Fixed points of renormalization
  • 7.1 Framework for the construction of fixed points7.2 Convergence of renormalization; 7.3 Analytic continuation of the fixed point; 7.4 Real quadratic mappings; 8 Asymptotic structure in the Julia set; 8.1 Rigidity and the postcritical Cantor set; 8.2 Deep points of Julia sets; 8.3 Small Julia sets everywhere; 8.4 Generalized towers; 9 Geometric limits in dynamics; 9.1 Holomorphic relations; 9.2 Nonlinearity and rigidity; 9.3 Uniform twisting; 9.4 Quadratic maps and universality; 9.5 Speed of convergence of renormalization; 10 Conclusion; Appendix A. Quasiconformal maps and flows
  • A.1 Conformal structures on vector spacesA. 2 Maps and vector fields; A.3 BMO and Zygmund class; A.4 Compactness and modulus of continuity; A.5 Unique integrability; Appendix B. Visual extension; B.1 Naturality, continuity and quasiconformality; B.2 Representation theory; B.3 The visual distortion; B.4 Extending quasiconformal isotopies; B.5 Almost isometries; B.6 Points of differentiability; B. 7 Example: stretching a geodesic; Bibliography; Index
Control code
ocn891400016
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (264 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781400865178
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations, tables
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)891400016
Label
Renormalization and 3-manifolds which fiber over the circle, by Curtis T. McMullen
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; 1 Introduction; 2 Rigidity of hyperbolic manifolds; 2.1 The Hausdorff topology; 2.2 Manifolds and geometric limits; 2.3 Rigidity; 2.4 Geometric inflexibility; 2.5 Deep points and differentiability; 2.6 Shallow sets; 3 Three-manifolds which fiber over the circle; 3.1 Structures on surfaces and 3-manifolds; 3.2 Quasifuchsian groups; 3.3 The mapping class group; 3.4 Hyperbolic structures on mapping tori; 3.5 Asymptotic geometry; 3.6 Speed of algebraic convergence; 3.7 Example: torus bundles; 4 Quadratic maps and renormalization; 4.1 Topologies on domains
  • 4.2 Polynomials and polynomial-like maps4.3 The inner class; 4.4 Improving polynomial-like maps; 4.5 Fixed points of quadratic maps; 4.6 Renormalization; 4.7 Simple renormalization; 4.8 Infinite renormalization; 5 Towers; 5.1 Definition and basic properties; 5.2 Infinitely renormalizable towers; 5.3 Bounded combinatorics; 5.4 Robustness and inner rigidity; 5.5 Unbranched renormalizations; 6 Rigidity of towers; 6.1 Fine towers; 6.2 Expansion; 6.3 Julia sets fill the plane; 6.4 Proof of rigidity; 6.5 A tower is determined by its inner classes; 7 Fixed points of renormalization
  • 7.1 Framework for the construction of fixed points7.2 Convergence of renormalization; 7.3 Analytic continuation of the fixed point; 7.4 Real quadratic mappings; 8 Asymptotic structure in the Julia set; 8.1 Rigidity and the postcritical Cantor set; 8.2 Deep points of Julia sets; 8.3 Small Julia sets everywhere; 8.4 Generalized towers; 9 Geometric limits in dynamics; 9.1 Holomorphic relations; 9.2 Nonlinearity and rigidity; 9.3 Uniform twisting; 9.4 Quadratic maps and universality; 9.5 Speed of convergence of renormalization; 10 Conclusion; Appendix A. Quasiconformal maps and flows
  • A.1 Conformal structures on vector spacesA. 2 Maps and vector fields; A.3 BMO and Zygmund class; A.4 Compactness and modulus of continuity; A.5 Unique integrability; Appendix B. Visual extension; B.1 Naturality, continuity and quasiconformality; B.2 Representation theory; B.3 The visual distortion; B.4 Extending quasiconformal isotopies; B.5 Almost isometries; B.6 Points of differentiability; B. 7 Example: stretching a geodesic; Bibliography; Index
Control code
ocn891400016
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (264 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781400865178
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations, tables
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)891400016

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