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Intersection calculus on surfaces with applications to 3-manifolds

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Published by American Mathematical Society in Providence, R.I., USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Three-manifolds (Topology),
  • Duality theory (Mathematics),
  • Calculus.,
  • Surfaces.,
  • Intersection theory.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 46-48.

    StatementJohn Hempel.
    SeriesMemoirs of the American Mathematical Society,, no. 282
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA3 .A57 no. 282, QA614.5 .A57 no. 282
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 48 p. :
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3161922M
    ISBN 100821822829
    LC Control Number83003724

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Intersection calculus on surfaces with applications to 3-manifolds / John Hempel. Format Book; Language English; Published/ Created Providence, R.I., USA: American Mathematical Society, Description 1 online resource (vi, 48 pages): illustrations; Details Subject(s) Calculus; Duality theory (Mathematics) Intersection theory.

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7: Nowik / Topology and its Applications 92 () I 11 will also show that indeed if either F or S is a torus, then T has at most one element (Theorem ).

In [l] some further minimality properties are shown for the intersection of two least area surfaces (Theorems and ). vector calculus, the theorems of Green and Gauss and Stokes.

The flnal thing we need to understand is the correct procedure for integrating over a manifold. Of course, manifolds are typically curved objects, so there are signiflcant issues here that we did not have to face in dealing with integration over (°at) Euclidean space.

Even. folds are oriented 3-manifolds throughout this paper, and homeomorphisms of 3-manifolds are orientation preserving). We then apply the calculus to answer several questions about the topology of isolated singularities of complex surfaces and one-parameter families of complex curves.

These results are described below. Slide No. 3Slide No. 3 Introduction Background Intersection of two parametric surfaces, defined in parametric spaces and can have multiple components[4]. An intersection curve segmentis represented by a continuous trajectory in parametric space.

P(σ,t) =Q(u,v) 0 ≤σ,t ≤1 0 ≤u,v ≤1 0 σ 1 0 u 1 0. The curve of their intersection is shown, along with the projection of this curve into the coordinate planes, shown dashed. Find the equations of the projections into the coordinate planes.

Figure Finding the projections of the curve of intersection in Example Solution. The two surfaces are \(z=3-x^2-y^2\) and \(z=2y\). Chapter Applications to topology Brouwer’s fixed point theorem Homotopy Closed and exact forms re-examined Exercises Appendix A.

Sets and functions A Glossary A General topology of Euclidean space Exercises Appendix B. Calculus review B The fundamental theorem of calculus. Siefring's recent extension of the theory to punctured holomorphic curves allowed similarly important results for contact 3-manifolds and their symplectic fillings.

Based on a series of lectures for graduate students in topology, this book begins with an overview of the closed case, and then proceeds to explain the essentials of Siefring's intersection theory and how to use it, and gives some sample applications.

Journals & Books; Help TOPOLOGY AND ITS APPLICATIONS Topology and its Applications 92 () Intersection of surfaces in 3-manifolds Tahl Nowik 1 Department of Mathematics, Columbia University, New York.

NYUSA Received 4 March received in revised form 29 July Abstract Given a pair of incompressible surfaces F and S. Book: Calculus (OpenStax) Vector Calculus Expand/collapse global location They have many applications to physics and engineering, and they allow us to develop higher dimensional versions of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.

In particular, surface integrals allow us to generalize Green’s theorem to higher dimensions, and they appear. This is significant to the study of 3-manifolds since a Heegaard splitting of a 3-manifold is reducible (cf.

Intersection calculus on surfaces with applications to 3-manifolds book if and only if the kernel of the corresponding splitting homomorphism contains a simple loop. Intersection calculus on surfaces with applications to 3-manifolds.

Mem. Amer. A theorem on planar covering surfaces with. Traces are useful in sketching cylindrical surfaces. For a cylinder in three dimensions, though, only one set of traces is useful. Notice, in Figurethat the trace of the graph of z = sin x z = sin x in the xz-plane is useful in constructing the trace in the xy-plane, though, is just a series of parallel lines, and the trace in the yz-plane is simply one line.

Lecture 4. Intersection theory for punctured holomorphic curves 57 Statement of the main results 57 Relative intersection numbers and the ˚-pairing 61 Adjunction formulas, relative and absolute 64 Lecture 5.

Symplectic fillings of planar contact 3-manifolds 71 Open books and Lefschetz fibrations 71 Manifolds, With Applications To Surfaces In 3-Manifolds. Mark Baker and Daryl Cooper Abstract We prove the convex combination theorem for hyperbolic n-manifolds.

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To find the trace in the xy- yz- or xz-planes, set respectively. Quadric surfaces are three-dimensional surfaces with traces composed of conic sections. Every quadric surface can be expressed with an equation of the form. Here is a set of notes used by Paul Dawkins to teach his Calculus III course at Lamar University.

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To get an idea of the shape of the surface, we first plot some points. Since the parameter domain is all of we can choose any value for u and v and plot the corresponding point. If then so point (1, 0, 0) is on rly, points and are on S.

Although plotting points may give us an idea of the shape of the surface, we usually need quite a few points to see the shape. Stack Exchange network consists of Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share.

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For the following exercises, find the exact area of the region bounded by the given equations if possible. If you are unable to determine the intersection points analytically, use a calculator to approximate the intersection points with three decimal places and determine the approximate area of the region.

$$ [\mathrm{T}] x=e^{y} \text { and. When trying to do surgery on contact 3-manifolds we need to understand contact structures in neighborhoods of embedded surfaces.

As we already pointed out in Chapter 4, for a given surface Σ. Intersection Calculus on Surfaces With Applications to 3-Manifolds (Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society) May 1, by John Hempel Paperback.

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I use methods from bordered Heegaard Floer homology and Fukaya categories to study invariants of such objects as 3-manifolds, knots, mapping classes of surfaces. In particular, these methods yield geometric invariants of 4-ended tangles, in the form of immersed.Lectures on Contact 3-Manifolds, Holomorphic Curves and Intersection Theory.

Intersection theory has played a prominent role in the study of closed symplectic 4-manifolds since Gromov's famous paper on pseudoholomorphic curves, leading to myriad beautiful rigidity results that are either inaccessible or not true in higher dimensions.Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society.

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