2 edition of **Flat Lorentz 3-manifolds** found in the catalog.

Flat Lorentz 3-manifolds

Louis Auslander

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Published
**1959**
by American Mathematical Society in Providence
.

Written in

- Geometry, Non-Euclidean.

**Edition Notes**

Cover title.

Other titles | Flat Lorentz 3 manifolds., Flat Lorentz three manifolds. |

Statement | by L. Auslander and L. Markus. |

Series | American Mathematical Society. Memoirs -- no. 30., Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society -- no. 30. |

Contributions | Markus, L. 1922- |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 60 p. |

Number of Pages | 60 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL16572749M |

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Margulis: Flat Lorentz 3-manifolds and cocompact Fuchsian groups. Article (PDF Available) February FLA T LORENTZ 3-MANIFOLDS 3. Cho ose an eig env ector x. For many years, John Hempel's book has been a standard text on the topology of 3-manifolds. Flat Lorentz 3-manifolds book though the field has grown tremendously during that time, the book remains one of the best and most popular introductions to the subject.

The theme of this book is the role of the fundamental group in determining the topology of a given 3-manifold.5/5(2). Louis Auslander (J – Febru ) was a Jewish American mathematician.

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Some pages have a bent corner. Pages clean and tight in binding. Complete Lorentzian 3-manifolds To RaviKulkarni, for his seventieth birthday. Abstract. Based on four lectures the authors gave in Almora on ﬂat Lorentzian manifolds, these notes are an introduction to Lorentzian three- Saythatvectorsu,v∈V areLorentz-orthogonal ifu.

COMPLETE LORENTZIAN 3-MANIFOLDS 3 structures on surfaces. Here the presence of the hyperbolic plane in Minkowski space will play a key role. Finally, Section 5 launches us into the Einstein Universe, which can be seen as the conformal com-pacti cation of Minkowski space.

We will revisit actions of free groups, using objects called crooked surfaces. Introduction to 3-Manifolds Share this page Jennifer Schultens. This book grew out of a graduate course on 3-manifolds and is intended for a mathematically experienced audience that is new to low-dimensional topology.

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Isospectrality of Flat Lorentz 3-Manifolds Drumm, Todd A. and Goldman, William M., Journal of Differential Geometry, ; Division algebras and noncommensurable isospectral manifolds Lubotzky, Alexander, Samuels, Beth, and Vishne, Uzi, Duke Mathematical Journal, ; On the dimension datum of a subgroup and its application to isospectral manifolds An, Jinpeng, Yu, Jiu-Kang, and Yu, Jun Cited by:.

2 Surfaces in Lorentz space-forms This was the subject of Schlenker’s talk, as well as Pratoussevitch’s talk. While Schlenker discussed the extension of Aleksandrov’s theorem to Minkowski space, Pratoussevitch described a surprising construction of fundamental polyhedra for AS3 1-structures on Seifert 3-manifolds.AN INTRODUCTION TO 3-MANIFOLDS 5 In the study of surfaces it is helpful to take a geometric point of view.

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