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**Riccardo Benedetti,Francesco Bonsante**

- Author:Riccardo Benedetti,Francesco Bonsante
- ISBN:0821842811
- ISBN13:978-0821842812
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- Publisher:Amer Mathematical Society; New ed. edition (March 6, 2009)
- Pages:161 pages
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Riccardo Benedetti; Francesco Bonsante. Canonical Wick Rotations in 3-Dimensional Gravity.

Riccardo Benedetti; Francesco Bonsante. The authors develop a canonical Wick rotation-rescaling theory in (3)-dimensional gravity. Both Wick rotations and rescalings act along the canonical cosmological time and have universal rescaling functions. These correlations are functorial with respect to isomorphisms of the respective geometric categories. Base Product Code Keyword List: memo; MEMO; memo/198; MEMO/198; memo-198; MEMO-198; memo/198/926; MEMO/198/926; memo-198-926; MEMO-198-926. Online Product Code: MEMO/198/926.

Authors:Riccardo Benedetti, Francesco Bonsante. Abstract: We develop a & Wick rotation-rescaling theory in 3-dimensional gravity''. Submitted on 25 Aug 2005 (v1), last revised 25 Oct 2006 (this version, v3)). Both Wick rotations and rescalings act along the "canonical cosmological time" and have & rescaling functions''. We analyze the behaviour along a ray of measured laminations, (broken) T-symmetry by spacetimes of negative curvature, the relationship with & theory'', beyond the case of compact Cauchy surface.

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The authors develop a canonical Wick rotation-rescaling theory in 3-dimensional gravity. Canonical Wick Rotations in 3-dimensional Gravity (Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society). 0821842811 (ISBN13: 9780821842812). This includes: a simultaneous classification: this shows how maximal globally hyperbolic space times of arbitrary constant curvature, which admit a complete Cauchy surface and canonical cosmological time, as well as complex projective structures on arbitrary surfaces, are all different The authors develop a canonical Wick rotation-rescaling theory in 3-dimensional gravity.

Canonical Wick rotations in 3-dimensional gravity. R Benedetti, F Bonsante. Reidemeister–Turaev torsion of 3-dimensional Euler structures with simple boundary tangency and pseudo-Legendrian knots. American Mathematical So. 2009. Quantum hyperbolic invariants of 3-manifolds with PSL (2, C)-characters. S Baseilhac, R Benedetti. Topology 43 (6), 1373-1423, 2004. R Benedetti, C Petronio. manuscripta mathematica 106 (1), 13-61, 2001. The topology of two-dimensional real algebraic varieties. Annali di Matematica Pura ed Applicata 127 (1), 141-171, 1981.

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3-dimensional constant curvature geometry. Wick rotation and rescaling. Canonical cosmological time. Canonical Wick rotations and rescalings. The other side of Uλ-1 - (Broken) T-symmetry.

Notices of the American Mathematical Society is the membership journal of the American Mathematical Society (AMS), published monthly except for the combined June/July issue. The first volume appeared in 1953. The cover regularly features mathematical visualizations. Riccardo Benedetti, Francesco Bonsante. The authors develop a canonical Wick rotation-rescaling theory in 3-dimensional gravity. This includes: a simultaneous classification: this shows how maximal globally hyperbolic space times o. More). Collisions of particles in locally AdS spacetimes I. Local description and global examples. T Barbot, F Bonsante, JM Schlenker

Canonical Wick rotations in 3-dimensional gravity. Flat spacetimes with compact hyperbolic Cauchy surfaces. Journal of differential geometry 69 (3), 441-521, 2005. T Barbot, F Bonsante, JM Schlenker. Communications in mathematical physics 308 (1), 147, 2011.

Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society. Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society is a mathematical journal published in six volumes per year, totalling approximately 33 individually bound numbers, by the American Mathematical Society. Usually, a bound number consists of a single paper, .