Fuchsian groups, geodesic flows on surfaces of constant negative curvature and symbolic coding of geodesics. Svetlana Katok. Dedicated to the memory of my. Fuchsian Groups by Svetlana Katok, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Fuchsian Groups has 6 ratings and 0 reviews. This introductory text provides a thoroughly modern treatment of Fuchsian groups that addresses.
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None of your libraries hold this item. Discrete and properly discontinuous groups 2. University of Chicago Press, c Series Chicago lectures in mathematics series Chicago lectures in mathematics Subjects Fuchsian groups.
The Dirichlet region 3. A basic example of lattices in semisimple groups, Fuchsian groups have extensive connections to the theory of a single complex variable, number theory, algebraic and differential geometry, topology, Lie theory, representation theory, and group theory.
Connection with Riemann surfaces and homogeneous spaces Exercises for Fucsian 3 4. A basic example of lattices in semisimple groups, Fuchsian groups have extensive connections to the theory of a single complex variable, number theory, algebraic and differential geometry, topology, Lie theory, re This introductory text provides a thoroughly modern treatment of Fuchsian groups that addresses both the classical material and recent developments in the field.
Compactness of [ ] for Fuchsian groups derived from division quaternion algebras 5. Fuchsian groups are used to create Fuchsian models of Riemann surfaces. Sam Pov marked it as to-read Jan 31, Fuchsian groups of the first kind 4. Isometric circles and the Ford fuchsin region 3. Definition of a fundamental region 3. Pierre de la Harpe.