Kleinian groups by Bernard Maskit
By Bernard Maskit
Complete creation to the geometric and topological constitution of Kleinian teams. begins with Möbius changes performing on the (extended) advanced aircraft. the subsequent bankruptcy issues discrete teams of hyperbolic isometries in nspace. This half ends with a dialogue of uncomplicated Kleinian teams, and the Fuchsian teams. the second one a part of the e-book treats extra complex themes comparable to geometrically finite teams.
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