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Commensurability and locally free Kleinian groups
James W. Anderson
Mathematics , 1999,
Abstract: We show that there exist infinitely many commensurability classes of finite volume hyperbolic 3-manifolds whose fundamental group contains a subgroup which is locally free but not free. The main technical tool is the fact that a collection of hyperbolic 3-manifolds of bounded volume contains infinitely many commensurability classes. The result then by an application of Thurston's hyperbolization theorem for Haken 3-manifolds.
Prising apart geodesics by length in hyperbolic 3-manifolds
James W. Anderson
Mathematics , 2012, DOI: 10.1017/S0305004115000146
Abstract: In this note, we develop a condition on a closed curve on a surface or in a 3-manifold that implies that the curve has the property that its length function on the space of all hyperbolic structures on the surface or 3-manifold completely determines the curve. For an orientable surface $S$ of negative Euler characteristic, we extend the known result that simple curves have this property to curves with self-intersection number one (with one exceptional case on closed surfaces of genus two that we describe completely), while for hyperbolizable 3-manifolds, we show that curves freely homotopic to simple curves on $\partial M$ have this property.
Limit set intersection theorems for Kleinian groups and a conjecture of Susskind
James W Anderson
Mathematics , 2013, DOI: 10.1007/s40315-014-0078-7
Abstract: We continue here the investigation of the relationship between the intersection of a pair of subgroups of a Kleinian group, and in particular the limit set of that intersection, and the intersection of the limit sets of the subgroups. Of specific interest is the extent to which the intersection of the limit sets being non-empty implies that the intersection of the subgroups is non-trivial. We present examples to show that a conjecture of Susskind, stating that the intersection of the sets of conical limit points of subgroups $\Phi$ and $\Theta$ of a Kleinian group $\Gamma$ is contained in the limit set of $\Phi\cap \Theta$, is as sharp as can reasonably be expected. We further show that Susskind's conjecture holds most of the time.
A brief survey of the deformation theory of Kleinian groups
James W. Anderson
Mathematics , 1998,
Abstract: We give a brief overview of the current state of the study of the deformation theory of Kleinian groups. The topics covered include the definition of the deformation space of a Kleinian group and of several important subspaces; a discussion of the parametrization by topological data of the components of the closure of the deformation space; the relationship between algebraic and geometric limits of sequences of Kleinian groups; and the behavior of several geometrically and analytically interesting functions on the deformation space.
A Lower Bound for the Number of Group Actions on a Compact Riemann Surface
James W. Anderson,Aaron Wootton
Mathematics , 2011, DOI: 10.2140/agt.2012.12.19
Abstract: We prove that the number of distinct group actions on compact Riemann surfaces of a fixed genus $\sigma \geq 2$ is at least quadratic in $\sigma$. We do this through the introduction of a coarse signature space, the space $\mathcal{K}_\sigma$ of {\em skeletal signatures} of group actions on compact Riemann surfaces of genus $\sigma$. We discuss the basic properties of $\mathcal{K}_\sigma$ and present a full conjectural description.
Strong convergence of Kleinian groups: the cracked eggshell
James W. Anderson,Cyril Lecuire
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: In this paper we give a complete description of the set of discrete faithful representations SH(M) uniformizing a compact, orientable, hyperbolizable 3-manifold M with incompressible boundary, equipped with the strong topology, with the description given in term of the end invariants of the quotient manifolds. As part of this description, we introduce coordinates on SH(M) that extend the usual Ahlfors-Bers coordinates. We use these coordinates to show the local connectivity of SH(M) and study the action of the modular group of M on SH(M).
Gaps in the space of skeletal signatures
James W Anderson,Aaron Wootton
Mathematics , 2013, DOI: 10.1007/s00013-014-0607-7
Abstract: Skeletal signatures were introduced in [J W Anderson and A Wootton, A Lower Bound for the Number of Group Actions on a Compact Riemann Surface, Algebr. Geom. Topol. 12 (2012) 19--35.] as a tool to describe the space of all signatures with which a group can act on a surface of genus $\sigma \geq 2$. In the present paper we provide a complete description of the gaps that appear in the space of skeletal signatures, together with proofs of the conjectures posed in our earlier work.
Perspex Machine XI: Topology of the Transreal Numbers
James A.D.W. Anderson
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2008,
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Hamiltonian Time Evolution for General Relativity
Arlen Anderson,James W. York, Jr
Physics , 1998, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.81.1154
Abstract: Hamiltonian time evolution in terms of an explicit parameter time is derived for general relativity, even when the constraints are not satisfied, from the Arnowitt-Deser-Misner-Teitelboim-Ashtekar action in which the slicing density $\alpha(x,t)$ is freely specified while the lapse $N=\alpha g^{1/2}$ is not. The constraint ``algebra'' becomes a well-posed evolution system for the constraints; this system is the twice-contracted Bianchi identity when $R_{ij}=0$. The Hamiltonian constraint is an initial value constraint which determines $g^{1/2}$ and hence $N$, given $\alpha$.
Fixing Einstein's equations
Arlen Anderson,James W. York, Jr
Physics , 1999, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.82.4384
Abstract: Einstein's equations for general relativity, when viewed as a dynamical system for evolving initial data, have a serious flaw: they cannot be proven to be well-posed (except in special coordinates). That is, they do not produce unique solutions that depend smoothly on the initial data. To remedy this failing, there has been widespread interest recently in reformulating Einstein's theory as a hyperbolic system of differential equations. The physical and geometrical content of the original theory remain unchanged, but dynamical evolution is made sound. Here we present a new hyperbolic formulation in terms of $g_{ij}$, $K_{ij}$, and $\bGam_{kij}$ that is strikingly close to the space-plus-time (``3+1'') form of Einstein's original equations. Indeed, the familiarity of its constituents make the existence of this formulation all the more unexpected. This is the most economical first-order symmetrizable hyperbolic formulation presently known to us that has only physical characteristic speeds, either zero or the speed of light, for all (non-matter) variables. This system clarifies the relationships between Einstein's original equations and the Einstein-Ricci and Frittelli-Reula hyperbolic formulations of general relativity and establishes links to other hyperbolic formulations.
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