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Geometry, Rigidity, and Group Actions
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The book Geometry, Rigidity, and Group Actions, Edited by Benson Farb and David Fisher is published by University of Chicago Press. The study of group actions is more than a hundred years old but remains to this day a vibrant and widely studied topic in a variety of mathematic fields. A central. between groups, and orbit equivalence between group actions. Contents. 1 brated superrigidity theorem for lattices in semisimple groups. The notion of.
Topics in Geometric Group Theory, by Pierre de la Harpe () Geometry, rigidity, and group actions/edited by Benson Farb and David Fisher. p. cm. Introduction. 2. Groups Whose Displacing Actions Have Orbit Maps That Are . Quasi-Isometric Embeddings. Linear Groups Having the U-Property. group theory, universal covers of 2-complexes are studied as geometric and Moody groups G have been studied by considering the action of G on the.
william m. goldman and eugene z. xia. ERGODICITY OF MAPPING CLASS GROUP. ACTIONS ON SU(2)-CHARACTER VARIETIES to bob zimmer on his 60th. 30 Apr Available in: Hardcover. The study of group actions is more than a hundred years old but remains to this day a vibrant and widely studied topic. Geometry, rigidity, and group actions / edited by Benson Farb and David Fisher. Other Authors. Zimmer, Robert J., ; Farb, Benson. Fisher, David. We survey rigidity results for groups acting on the circle in various settings, from . bundles, as the essential examples of geometric actions on the circle, and. 19 Jun Mathematics > Metric Geometry to a uniform lattice in the isometry group of hyperbolic (k+1)-space. Subjects: Metric Geometry (mc-garennesblues.com).
17 Mar Subjects: Group Theory (mc-garennesblues.com). Journal reference: Geometry, rigidity, and group actions, Chicago Lectures in Math. (Univ. Chicago Press. 1 Jan Geometry, Rigidity, and Group Actions by Robert J Zimmer, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. beginning of the general study of rigidity in geometry and dynamics, a subject this context, one considers rigidity of actions of connected groups as well as. Finite groups acting symplectically on $ T^2\times S^2$ . around the Zimmer program, Geometry, rigidity, and group actions, Chicago Lectures in Math., Univ.