By Yoichi Imayoshi, Masahiko Taniguchi

ISBN-10: 4431700889

ISBN-13: 9784431700883

This ebook bargains a simple and compact entry to the idea of Teichm?ller areas, ranging from the main hassle-free points to the latest advancements, e.g. the function this concept performs in regards to thread concept. Teichm?ller areas supply parametrization of all of the complicated buildings on a given Riemann floor. This topic is said to many various parts of arithmetic together with advanced research, algebraic geometry, differential geometry, topology in and 3 dimensions, Kleinian and Fuchsian teams, automorphic types, advanced dynamics, and ergodic idea. lately, Teichm?ller areas have started to play a tremendous function in string thought. Imayoshi and Taniguchi have tried to make the ebook as self-contained as attainable. They current a variety of examples and heuristic arguments so as to aid the reader seize the guidelines of Teichm?ller idea. The ebook can be a very good resource of data for graduate scholars and reserachers in complicated research and algebraic geometry in addition to for theoretical physicists operating in quantum idea.

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