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PUNCTURED TORUS REPRESENTATIONS USING THE GLUING METHOD
Kim, Hong-Chan;
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 Abstract
A punctured torus (1, 1) is a building block of oriented surfaces. In this paper we formulate the matrix presentations of elements of the Teichmuller space of a punctured torus using the matrix presentations of a pair of pants (0, 3) and the gluing method.
 Keywords
punctured torus;hyperbolic structure;Teichmuller space;holonomy homomorphism;
 Language
English
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