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Constant Gaussian curvature foliations and Schläfli formulas of hyperbolic 3-manifolds Mazzoli, Filippo in Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa: Classe di Scienze (2019) We study the geometry of the foliation by constant Gaussian curvature surfaces (S_k)_k of a hyperbolic end, and how it relates to the structures of its boundary at infinity and of its pleated boundary ... [more ▼] We study the geometry of the foliation by constant Gaussian curvature surfaces (S_k)_k of a hyperbolic end, and how it relates to the structures of its boundary at infinity and of its pleated boundary. First, we show that the Thurston and the Schwarzian parametrizations are the limits of two families of parametrizations of the space of hyperbolic ends, defined by Labourie in 1992 in terms of the geometry of the leaves S_k. We give a new description of the renormalized volume using the constant curvature foliation. We prove a generalization of McMullen's Kleinian reciprocity theorem, which replaces the role of the Schwarzian parametrization with Labourie's parametrizations. Finally, we describe the constant curvature foliation of a hyperbolic end as the integral curve of a time-dependent Hamiltonian vector field on the cotangent space to Teichmüller space, in analogy to the Moncrief flow for constant mean curvature foliations in Lorenzian space-times. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 77 (6 UL)Symplectic Wick rotations between moduli spaces of 3-manifolds ; Schlenker, Jean-Marc in Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa: Classe di Scienze (2014) Given a closed hyperbolic surface $S$, let $\cQF$ denote the space of quasifuchsian hyperbolic metrics on $S\times\R$ and $\cGH_{-1}$ the space of maximal globally hyperbolic anti-de Sitter metrics on $S ... [more ▼] Given a closed hyperbolic surface $S$, let $\cQF$ denote the space of quasifuchsian hyperbolic metrics on $S\times\R$ and $\cGH_{-1}$ the space of maximal globally hyperbolic anti-de Sitter metrics on $S\times\R$. We describe natural maps between (parts of) $\cQF$ and $\cGH_{-1}$, called ``Wick rotations'', defined in terms of special surfaces (e.g. minimal/maximal surfaces, CMC surfaces, pleated surfaces) and prove that these maps are at least $C^1$ smooth and symplectic with respect to the canonical symplectic structures on both $\cQF$ and $\cGH_{-1}$. Similar results involving the spaces of globally hyperbolic de Sitter and Minkowski metrics are also described. These 3-dimensional results are shown to be equivalent to purely 2-dimensional ones. Namely, consider the double harmonic map $\cH:T^*\cT\to\cTT$, sending a conformal structure $c$ and a holomorphic quadratic differential $q$ on $S$ to the pair of hyperbolic metrics $(m_L,m_R)$ such that the harmonic maps isotopic to the identity from $(S,c)$ to $(S,m_L)$ and to $(S,m_R)$ have, respectively, Hopf differentials equal to $i q$ and $-i q$, and the double earthquake map $\cE:\cT\times\cML\to\cTT$, sending a hyperbolic metric $m$ and a measured lamination $l$ on $S$ to the pair $(E_L(m,l), E_R(m,l))$, where $E_L$ and $E_R$ denote the left and right earthquakes. We describe how such 2-dimensional double maps are related to 3-dimensional Wick rotations and prove that they are also $C^1$ smooth and symplectic. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 77 (4 UL) |
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