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Hyperbolic triangle in the special theory of relativity  [PDF]
Yongkyu Ko
Physics , 2002,
Abstract: The vector form of a Lorentz transformation which is separated with time and space parts is studied. It is necessary to introduce a new definition of the relative velocity in this transformation, which plays an important role for the calculations of various invariant physical quantities. The Lorentz transformation expressed with this vector form is geometrically well interpreted in a hyperbolic space. It is shown that the Lorentz transformation can be interpreted as the law of cosines and sines for a hyperbolic triangle in hyperbolic trigonometry. So the triangle made by the two origins of inertial frames and a moving particle has the angles whose sum is less than $180 ^o$.
On the type of triangle groups  [PDF]
Carlos H. Grossi
Mathematics , 2007, DOI: 10.1007/s10711-007-9209-x
Abstract: We prove a conjecture of R. Schwartz about the type of some complex hyperbolic triangle groups.
The spectra of the spherical and euclidean triangle groups  [PDF]
M. Harmer
Mathematics , 2007, DOI: 10.1017/S1446788708000281
Abstract: We derive the spectrum of the Laplace-Beltrami operator on the quotient orbifold of the non hyperbolic triangle groups.
Fine-structure Constant, Anomalous Magnetic Moment, Relativity Factor and the Golden Ratio that Divides the Bohr Radius  [PDF]
R. Heyrovska,S. Narayan
Physics , 2005,
Abstract: Sommerfeld introduced the fine-structure constant into physics, while he was taking into account the relativistic effects in the theory of the hydrogen atom. Ever since, it has puzzled many scientists like Eddington, Dirac, Feynman and others. Here the mysterious fine-structure constant, alpha = (Compton wavelength/de Broglie wavelength) = 1/137.036 = 2.627/360 is interpreted based on the finding that it is close to 2.618/360 = 1/137.508, where the Compton wavelength for hydrogen is a distance equivalent to an arc length on the circumference (given by the de Broglie wavelength) of a circle with the Bohr radius and 2.618 is the square of the Golden ratio, which was recently shown to divide the Bohr radius into two Golden sections at the point of electrical neutrality. From the data for the electron (e) and proton (p) g-factors, it is found that (137.508 - 137.036)= 0.472 = [g(p) - g(e)]/[g(p) + g(e)] (= 2/cube of the Golden ratio), and that (2.627 - 2.618)/360 = (small part of the Compton wavelength corresponding to the intrinsic radii of e and p/de Broglie wavelength) = 0.009/360 = (1- gamma)/gamma, the factor for the advance of perihilion in Sommerfeld's theory of the hydrogen atom, where gamma is the relativity factor.
Arithmeticity of complex hyperbolic triangle groups  [PDF]
Matthew Stover
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: Complex hyperbolic triangle groups were first considered by Mostow in building the first nonarithmetic lattices in PU(2, 1). They are a natural generalization of the classical triangle groups acting on the hyperbolic plane. A well-known theorem of Takeuchi is that there are only finitely many Fuchsian triangle groups that are also an arithmetic lattice in PSL_2(R). We consider similar finiteness theorem for complex hyperbolic triangle groups. In particular, we show that there are finitely many complex hyperbolic triangle groups with rational angular invariant which determine an arithmetic lattice in PU(2, 1). We also prove finiteness when the triangle is a right or equilateral triangle, the latter case being the one which has attracted the greatest amount of attention since Mostow's original work.
Complex hyperbolic triangle groups  [PDF]
Richard Evan Schwartz
Mathematics , 2003,
Abstract: The theory of complex hyperbolic discrete groups is still in its childhood but promises to grow into a rich subfield of geometry. In this paper I will discuss some recent progress that has been made on complex hyperbolic deformations of the modular group and, more generally, triangle groups. These are some of the simplest nontrivial complex hyperbolic discrete groups. In particular, I will talk about my recent discovery of a closed real hyperbolic 3-manifold which appears as the manifold at infinity for a complex hyperbolic discrete group.
On the hyperbolic triangle centers  [PDF]
ákos G. Horváth
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: Using the method of C. V\"or\"os, we establish results on hyperbolic plane geometry, related to triangles. In this note we investigate the orthocenter, the concept of isogonal conjugate and some further center as of the symmedian of a triangle. We also investigate the role of the "Euler line" and the pseudo-centers of a triangle.
The triangle and the open triangle  [PDF]
Gady Kozma
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: We show that for percolation on any transitive graph, the triangle condition implies the open triangle condition.
Smarandache's Cevian Triangle Theorem in The Einstein Relativistic Velocity Model of Hyperbolic Geometry  [PDF]
Barbu C.
Progress in Physics , 2010,
Abstract: In this note, we present a proof of Smarandache's cevian triangle hyperbolic theorem in the Einstein relativistic velocity model of hyperbolic geometry.
Smarandache's Cevian Triangle Theorem in The Einstein Relativistic Velocity Model of Hyperbolic Geometry  [PDF]
Catalin Barbu
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: In this note, we present a proof of Smarandache's cevian triangle hyperbolic theorem in the Einstein relativistic velocity model of hyperbolic geometry.
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