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## Higher Dimensional Kleinian Groups

My advisor says, I should invest a portion of my time, to something disjoint from my research area (= local connectedness of the boundary of relatively hyperbolic groups). Higher dimensional Kleinian groups are not exactly disjoint from that. Nevertheless they are somewhat of a different flavor. Might I say, more concrete, that the spiraling labyrinth… Continue reading Higher Dimensional Kleinian Groups

## The invariant measure (reading / replicating parts of the paper by Levitt)

From K to L \( \mathcal{K} = \{\phi_i :A_i \to B_i \}_{i=1, … , k} \) be a non-nesting closed system on a finite tree with at least one infinite orbit. Non nesting forces a special structure for the set of finite regular \( \mathcal{K} \) – orbits Union of all finite regular orbits =… Continue reading The invariant measure (reading / replicating parts of the paper by Levitt)

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## Dunwoody – Day 6

A JSJ decomposition (or JSJ tree) of G over A is an A-tree T such that: T is universally elliptic; T dominates any other universally elliptic tree T’. An A-tree is universally elliptic if its edge stabilizers are elliptic in every A-tree. Recall that H is elliptic in T if it fixes a point in… Continue reading Dunwoody – Day 6

## Dunwoody’s accessibility theorem – Talk Day 4

This is a personal musing. Possible errors, uncredited excerpts lie ahead. We constructed sequence of equivariant maps \(f_k\) from the universal cover \( \tilde {X} \) to the sequence of refinements \(T_k\). The construction was complete up to the 1-skeleton. We want to extend the maps to 2-skeleton in a certain way. To motivate the… Continue reading Dunwoody’s accessibility theorem – Talk Day 4

## Cut points in Bowditch Boundary of Relatively hyperbolic groups 2

Understanding Swenson (large excerpt.. some diagrams .. some remarks). Please be cautious. Potentially wrong remarks lie ahead. Continuum A continuum is a compact connected Hausdorff space. Cut Point In a continuum Z, \( c \in Z \) is a cut point if \( Z = A \cup B \) where A and B are non-singleton continua and \( A \cap B = \{c\} \). If in addition \( D \subset… Continue reading Cut points in Bowditch Boundary of Relatively hyperbolic groups 2

## Dunwoody’s Accessibility Theorem – Day 2

Suppose G is a finitely presented group. Let us fix \( \mathcal{A} \) – a favorite class of subgroups of G (closed under taking subgroups and conjugation). If G acts on an \(\mathcal{A} \) – tree T, we have a graph of groups decomposition for G. If H < G then H acts on T… Continue reading Dunwoody’s Accessibility Theorem – Day 2

## Cut points in Bowditch Boundary of Relatively hyperbolic groups 1

This document is a personal musing. It has many excerpts without credit, potentially false claims, and misquotes. If some cosmic accident has lead you to this page, then take a deep breath and assume caution. If you are worried about copyright infringement, kindly let me know. I will modify the document. B.H. Bowditch thought about… Continue reading Cut points in Bowditch Boundary of Relatively hyperbolic groups 1

## Day 3 (notes from Craig’s Lecture)

Definition A subset N of a space X is a neighborhood of infinity if \( \bar{X /N } \) is compact. We say that X has k ends ( \( k \in \mathbb{N} \cup \{ \infty \} \) ) if \( k = sup \{ j | X \textrm{has a nbd of} \infty \textrm{with j… Continue reading Day 3 (notes from Craig’s Lecture)