An Introduction to Teichmuller Spaces by Yoichi Imayoshi, Masahiko Taniguchi

By Yoichi Imayoshi, Masahiko Taniguchi

This e-book deals a simple and compact entry to the idea of Teichm?ller areas, ranging from the main hassle-free elements to the newest advancements, e.g. the function this concept performs with reference to thread idea. Teichm?ller areas supply parametrization of all of the advanced buildings on a given Riemann floor. This topic is said to many various components of arithmetic together with advanced research, algebraic geometry, differential geometry, topology in and 3 dimensions, Kleinian and Fuchsian teams, automorphic kinds, advanced dynamics, and ergodic conception. lately, Teichm?ller areas have all started to play an incredible position in string conception. Imayoshi and Taniguchi have tried to make the booklet as self-contained as attainable. They current various examples and heuristic arguments on the way to aid the reader seize the guidelines of Teichm?ller concept. The ebook may be an exceptional resource of data for graduate scholars and reserachers in advanced research and algebraic geometry in addition to for theoretical physicists operating in quantum thought.

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