By Riccardo Benedetti, Carlo Petronio
In recent times hyperbolic geometry has been the item and the education for large learn that has produced vital and infrequently outstanding effects and likewise unfolded new questions. The publication issues the geometry of manifolds and particularly hyperbolic manifolds; its target is to supply an exposition of a few basic effects, and to be so far as attainable self-contained, whole, designated and unified. because it begins from the fundamentals and it reaches contemporary advancements of the speculation, the booklet is principally addressed to graduate-level scholars impending examine, however it may also be a invaluable and ready-to-use device to the mature researcher. After gathering a few classical fabric concerning the geometry of the hyperbolic house and the Teichmüller house, the e-book facilities at the basic effects: Mostow's pressure theorem (of which an entire evidence is given following Gromov and Thurston) and Margulis' lemma. those effects shape the root for the learn of the distance of the hyperbolic manifolds in all dimensions (Chabauty and geometric topology); a unified exposition is given of Wang's theorem and the Jorgensen-Thurston concept. a wide half is dedicated to the third-dimensional case: an entire and simple evidence of the hyperbolic surgical procedure theorem is given in keeping with the potential of representing 3 manifolds as glued excellent tetrahedra. The final bankruptcy bargains with a few similar principles and generalizations (bounded cohomology, flat fiber bundles, amenable groups). this can be the 1st publication to gather this fabric jointly from a variety of scattered assets to offer an in depth presentation at a unified point available to beginner readers.
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