9 edition of **Low-dimensional geometry** found in the catalog.

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- 23 Currently reading

Published
**2009** by American Mathematical Society in Providence, R.I .

Written in English

- Manifolds (Mathematics),
- Geometry, Hyperbolic,
- Geometry, Plane,
- Knot theory

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statement | Francis Bonahon. |

Series | Student mathematical library -- v. 49 |

Classifications | |
---|---|

LC Classifications | QA613 .B66 2009 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | p. cm. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL23081934M |

ISBN 10 | 9780821848166 |

LC Control Number | 2009005856 |

1. Low-dimensional topology—Congresses. 2. Symplectic geometry—Congresses. 3. Homol-ogy theory—Congresses. 4. Gauge ﬁelds (Physics)—Congresses. I. Ellwood, D. (David), – II. Title. III. Series. QAC55 —dc22 Copying and reprinting. Material in this book may be reproduced by any means for educa-. Francis Bonahon's research is in topology and geometry, with a strong interface with complex analysis and dynamical systems. He specializes in manifolds of dimension two and three. While his early work involved low-dimensional topology and knot theory, his more recent research is centered on hyperbolic geometry and quantum topology.

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However, the ultimate goal is to describe the very recently completed geometrization program for 3-dimensional manifolds. The first two-thirds of the book is about two-dimensional geometry, focusing mostly on the hyperbolic plane and introducing the basic elements of hyperbolic geometry.

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An introduction to contact geometry and topology: What it is Background, fundamental results A major area of research in contemporary low-dimensional geometry and topology Connected to many ﬁelds of mathematics: Open book decompositions Knots and links Surfaces in.

This volume is based on lecture courses and seminars given at the LMS Durham Symposium on the geometry of low-dimensional manifolds. This area has been one of intense research recently, with major breakthroughs that have illuminated the way a number of different subjects interact (for example: topology, differential and algebraic geometry and mathematical physics).

Low-Dimensional Geometry: From Euclidean Surfaces to Hyperbolic Knots About this Title. Francis Bonahon, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Cited by: In the past 30 years, there have been striking developments in the mathematics of 3-dimensional manifolds.

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It assembles research papers which reflect diverse currents in low-dimensional topology. The topology of 3-manifolds, hyperbolic geometry and knot theory emerge as major themes. The inclusion of surveys of work in these areas should make the book very useful to students as well as researchers. High dimensional geometry is inherently di↵erent from low-dimensional geometry.

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This area has been one of intense research recently, with major breakthroughs that have illuminated the way a number of different subjects (topology, differential and algebraic geometry and mathematical physics) interact. Low-dimensional geometry: from euclidean surfaces to hyperbolic knots The book is published by the American Mathematical Society, in its Student Mathematical Library.

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Errata for the book Low-dimensional geometry: from euclidean surfaces to hyperbolic knots A somewhat frustrating fact of life is that, however hard you try, it seems impossible to get rid of all misprints and minor mistakes in a math text. This one is no exception.

I am very grateful to Maria Dyachkova, Laure Flapan and, in particular, the. numbers a useful reference is the book by Guillemin and Pollack [9]. The second half of this book is devoted to di erential forms and de Rham cohomology. It begins with an elemtary introduction into the subject and continues with some deeper results such as Poincar e duality, the Cech{de Rham complex, and the Thom isomorphism theorem.

Many of File Size: 1MB. Without question, low dimensional topology is among the most popular areas of mathematics these days. This is altogether reasonable on several counts, including the fact that it resonates with the world of our ordinary experience (at least to some extent: one doesn’t usually encounter the complement of the trefoil knot on the way to the mall), that it allows wonderful pictures.

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Bonahon is excellent and its Chapter 1 to 6 match well with our course. The Arf invariant has higher-order generalizations as do the linking numbers of the components of a link.

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