Tuesday Seminar on Topology

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Date, time & place Tuesday 17:00 - 18:30 056Room #056 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)
Organizer(s) KAWAZUMI Nariya, KITAYAMA Takahiro, SAKASAI Takuya

Seminar information archive

2022/04/19

17:30-18:30   Online
Joint with Lie Groups and Representation Theory Seminar. See our seminar webpage.
Toshihisa Kubo (Ryukoku University)
On the classification and construction of conformal symmetry breaking operators for anti-de Sitter spaces (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
Let $X$ be a smooth manifold and $Y$ a smooth submanifold of $X$. Take $G' \subset G$ to be a pair of Lie groups that act on $Y \subset X$, respectively. Consider a $G'$-intertwining differential operator $\mathcal{D}$ from the space of smooth sections for a $G$-equivariant vector bundle over $X$ to that for a $G'$-equivariant vector bundle over $Y$. Toshiyuki Kobayashi called such a differential operator $\mathcal{D}$ a differential symmetry breaking operator (differential SBO for short) ([T.~Kobayashi, Differential Geom. Appl. (2014)]).

In [Kobayashi-K-Pevzner, Lecture Notes in Math. 2170 (2016)], we explicitly constructed and classified all the differential SBOs from the space of differential $i$-forms $\mathcal{E}^i(S^n)$ over the standard Riemann sphere $S^n$ to that of differential $j$-forms $\mathcal{E}^j(S^{n-1})$ over the totally geodesic hypersphere $S^{n-1}$. In this talk, by extending the results in a Riemannian setting, we discuss about the classification and construction of differential SBOs in a pseudo-Riemannian setting such as anti-de Sitter spaces and hyperbolic spaces. This is a joint work with Toshiyuki Kobayashi and Michael Pevzner.
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2022/01/25

17:00-18:00   Online
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Xiaobing Sheng (The Univesity of Tokyo)
Some obstructions on subgroups of the Brin-Thompson group $2V$ (ENGLISH)
[ Abstract ]
Motivated by Burillo, Cleary and Röver's summary of the obstruction for subgroups of Thompson's group $V$, we investigate the higher dimensional version, the group $2V$ and found out that they have similar obstructions on torsion subgroups and certain Baumslag-Solitar groups.
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2022/01/11

17:00-18:00   Online
Joint with Lie Groups and Representation Theory Seminar. See our seminar webpage.
Keiichi Maeta (The Univesity of Tokyo)
On the existence problem of Compact Clifford-Klein forms of indecomposable pseudo-Riemannian symmetric spaces with signature (n,2) (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
For a homogeneous space $G/H$ and its discontinuous group $\Gamma\subset G$, the double coset space $\Gamma\backslash G/H$ is called a Clifford-Klein form of $G/H$. In the study of Clifford-Klein forms, the classification of homogeneous spaces which admit compact Clifford—Klein forms is one of the important open problems, which was introduced by Toshiyuki Kobayashi in 1980s. We consider this problem for indecomposable and reducible pseudo-Riemannian symmetric spaces with signature (n,2). We show the non-existence of compact Clifford-Klein forms for some series of symmetric spaces, and construct new compact Clifford-Klein forms of countably infinite five-dimensional pseudo-Riemannian symmetric spaces with signature (3,2).
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2021/12/21

17:30-18:30   Online
Joint with Lie Groups and Representation Theory Seminar. See our seminar webpage.
Hiroki Shimakura (Tohoku University)
Classification of holomorphic vertex operator algebras of central charge 24 (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
Holomorphic vertex operator algebras are imporant in vertex operator algebra theory. For example, the famous moonshine vertex operator algebra is holomorphic. One of the fundamental problems is to classify holomorphic vertex operator algebras. It is known that holomorphic vertex operator algebras of central charge 8 and 16 are lattice vertex operator algebras. I will talk about recent progress on the classification of holomorphic vertex operator algebras of central charge 24.
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2021/12/07

17:00-1800   Online
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Taketo Sano (The Univesity of Tokyo)
A Bar-Natan homotopy type (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
In year 2000, Khovanov introduced a categorification of the Jones polynomial, now known as Khovanov homology. In 2014, Lipshitz and Sarkar introduced a spatial refinement of Khovanov homology, called Khovanov homotopy type, which is a finite CW spectrum whose reduced cellular cohomology recovers Khovanov homology. On the algebraic level, there are several deformations of Khovanov homology, such as Lee homology and Bar-Natan homology. These variants are also important in that they give knot invariants such as Rasmussen’s $s$-invariant. Whether these variants admit spatial refinements have been open.

In 2021, the speaker constructed a spatial refinement of Bar-Natan homology and determined its stable homotopy type. The construction follows that of Lipshitz and Sarkar, which is based on the construction proposed by Cohen, Segal and Jones using the concept of flow categories. Also, we adopt techniques called “Morse moves in flow categories” introduced by Lobb et.al. to determine the stable homotopy type. Spacialy (or homotopically) refining the $s$-invariant is left as a future work.
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2021/11/30

17:00-18:00   Online
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Masatoshi Sato (Tokyo Denki University)
A non-commutative Reidemeister-Turaev torsion of homology cylinders (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
The Reidemeister-Turaev torsion of homology cylinders takes values in the integral group ring of the first homology of a surface. We lift it to a torsion valued in the $K_1$-group of the completed rational group ring of the fundamental group of the surface. We show that it induces a finite type invariant of homology cylinders, and describe the induced map on the graded quotient of the Y-filtration of homology cylinders via the 1-loop part of the LMO functor and the Enomoto-Satoh trace. This talk is based on joint work with Yuta Nozaki and Masaaki Suzuki.
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2021/11/16

17:00-18:00   Online
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Wataru Yuasa (RIMS, Kyoto University)
Skein and cluster algebras of marked surfaces without punctures for sl(3) (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
We consider a skein algebra consisting of sl(3)-webs with the boundary skein relations for a marked surface without punctures. We construct a quantum cluster algebra coming from the moduli space of decorated SL(3)-local systems of the surface inside the skew-field of fractions of the skein algebra. In this talk, we introduce the sticking trick and the cutting trick for sl(3)-webs. The sticking trick expands the boundary-localized skein algebra into the cluster algebra. The cutting trick gives Laurent expressions of "elevation-preserving" webs with positive coefficients in certain clusters. We can also apply these tricks in the case of sp(4). This talk is based on joint works with Tsukasa Ishibashi.
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2021/11/09

17:00-18:00   Online
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Shuhei Maruyama (Nagoya University)
The spaces of non-descendible quasimorphisms and bounded characteristic classes (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
A quasimorphism is a real-valued function on a group which is a homomorphism up to bounded error. In this talk, we discuss the (non-)descendibility of quasimorphisms. In particular, we consider the space of non-descendible quasimorphisms on universal covering groups and explain its relation to the space of bounded characteristic classes of foliated bundles. This talk is based on a joint work with Morimichi Kawasaki.
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2021/11/02

17:00-18:00   Online
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Takefumi Nosaka (Tokyo Institute of Technolog)
Meta-nilpotent knot invariants and symplectic automorphism groups of free nilpotent groups (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
There are many developments of fibered knots and homology cylinders from topological and algebraic viewpoints. In a converse sense, we discuss meta-nilpotent localization of knot groups,
which can deal with any knot like fibered knots. The monodoromy can be regarded as a symplectic automorphism of free nilpotent group, and the conjugacy classes in the outer automorphism groups produce knot invariants in terms of Johnson homomorphisms. In this talk, I show the construction of the monodoromies, and some results on the knot invariants. I also talk approaches from Fox pairings.
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2021/10/26

17:00-18:00   Online
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Naohiko Kasuya (Hokkaido University)
On the strongly pseudoconcave boundary of a compact complex surface (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
On the strongly pseudoconvex (resp. pseudoconcave) boundary of a complex surface, the complex
tangency defines a positive (resp. negative) contact structure. Bogomolov and De Oliveira proved
that the boundary contact structure of a strongly pseudoconvex surface is Stein fillable.
Therefore, for a closed contact 3-manifold, Stein fillability and holomorphic fillability are
equivalent. Then what about the boundary of a strongly pseudoconcave surface? We prove that any
closed negative contact 3-manifold can be realized as the boundary of a strongly pseudoconcave
surface. The proof is done by establishing holomorphic handle attaching method to the strongly
pseudoconcave boundary of a complex surface, based on Eliashberg's handlebody construction of Stein
manifolds. This is a joint work with Daniele Zuddas (University of Trieste).
[ Reference URL ]
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2021/10/19

17:00-18:00   Online
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Yoshihiko Shinomiya (Shizuoka University)
Period matrices of some hyperelliptic Riemann surfaces (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
In this talk, we give new examples of period matrices of hyperelliptic Riemann surfaces. For generic genus, there were few examples of period matrices. The period matrix of a Riemann surface depends only on the choice of symplectic basis of the first homology group. It is difficult to find a symplectic basis in general. We construct hyperelliptic Riemann surfaces of generic genus from some rectangles and find their symplectic bases. Moreover, we give their algebraic equations. The algebraic equations are of the form $w^2=z(z^2-1)(z^2-a_1^2)(z^2-a_2^2) \cdots (z^2-a_{g-1}^2)$ ($1 < a_1< a_2< \cdots < a_{g-1}$). From them, we can calculate period matrices of our Riemann surfaces. We also show that all algebraic curves of this types of equations are obtained by our construction.
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2021/10/12

17:00-18:00   Online
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Nobuo Iida (The Univesity of Tokyo)
Seiberg-Witten Floer homotopy and contact structures (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
Seiberg-Witten theory has been an efficient tool to study 4-dimensional symplectic and 3-dimensional contact geometry. In this talk, we introduce new homotopical invariants related to these structures using Seiberg-Witten theory and explain their properties and applications. These invariants have two main origins:
1. Kronheimer-Mrowka's invariant for 4-manifold with contact boundary, whose construction is based on Seiberg-Witten equation on 4-manifolds with conical end.
2. Bauer-Furuta and Manolescu's homotopical method called finite dimensional approximation in Seiberg-Witten theory.
This talk includes joint works with Masaki Taniguchi(RIKEN) and Anubhav Mukherjee(Georgia tech).
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2021/10/05

17:00-18:00   Online
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Hiroshi Goda (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
Twisted Alexander polynomials, chirality, and local deformations of hyperbolic 3-cone-manifolds (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
We discuss a relationship between the chirality of knots and higher dimensional twisted Alexander polynomials associated with holonomy representations of hyperbolic $3$-cone-manifolds. In particular, we provide a new necessary condition for a knot, that appears in a hyperbolic $3$-cone-manifold of finite volume as a singular set, to be amphicheiral. Moreover, we can detect the chirality of hyperbolic twist knots, according to our criterion, using low-dimensional irreducible representations. (This is a joint work with Takayuki Morifuji.)
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2021/07/13

17:00-18:00   Online
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Makoto Sakuma (Osaka City University Advanced Mathematical Institute)
Homotopy motions of surfaces in 3-manifolds (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
We introduce the concept of a homotopy motion of a subset in a manifold, and give a systematic study of homotopy motions of surfaces in closed orientable 3-manifolds. This notion arises from various natural problems in 3-manifold theory such as domination of manifold pairs, homotopical behaviour of simple loops on a Heegaard surface, and monodromies of virtual branched covering surface bundles associated to a Heegaard splitting. This is a joint work with Yuya Koda (arXiv:2011.05766).
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2021/07/06

17:30-18:30   Online
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Yosuke Kubota (Shinshu University)
Codimension 2 transfer map in higher index theory (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
The Rosenberg index is a topological invariant taking value in the K-group of the C*-algebra of the fundamental group, which is a strong obstruction for a closed spin manifold to admit a positive scalar curvature (psc) metric. In 2015 Hanke-Pape-Schick proves that, for a nice codimension 2 submanifold N of M, the Rosenberg index of N obstructs to a psc metric on M. This is a far reaching generalization of a classical result of Gromov and Lawson. In this talk I introduce a joint work with T. Schick and its continuation concerned with this `codimension 2 index' obstruction. We construct a map between C*-algebra K-groups, which we call the codimension 2 transfer map, relating the Rosenberg index of M to that of N directly. This shows that Hanke-Pape-Schick's obstruction is dominated by a standard one, the Rosenberg index of M. We also extend our codimension 2 transfer map to secondary index invariants called the higher rho invariant. As a consequence, we obtain some example of psc manifolds are not psc null-cobordant.
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2021/06/29

17:00-18:00   Online
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Kenta Hayano (Keio University)
Stability of non-proper functions (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
In this talk, we will give a sufficient condition for (strong) stability of non-proper functions (with respect to the Whitney topology). As an application, we will give a strongly stable but not infinitesimally stable function. We will further show that any Nash function on the Euclidean space becomes stable after a generic linear perturbation.
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2021/06/22

17:00-18:30   Online
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Ryoma Kobayashi (National Institute of Technology, Ishikawa College)
On infinite presentations for the mapping class group of a compact non orientable surface and its twist subgroup (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
An infinite presentation for the mapping class group of any compact orientable surface was given by Gervais, and then a simpler one by Luo. Using these results, an infinite presentation for the mapping class group of any compact non orientable surfaces with boundary less than or equal to one was given by Omori (Tokyo University of Science), and then one with boundary more than or equal to two by Omori and the speaker. In this talk, we first introduce an infinite presentation for the twisted subgroup of the mapping class group of any compact non orientable surface. I will also present four simple infinite presentations for the mapping group of any compact non orientable surface, which are an improvement of the one given by Omori and the speaker. This work includes a joint work with Omori.
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2021/06/15

17:00-18:00   Online
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Takamichi Sato (Waseda University)
Direct decompositions of groups of piecewise linear homeomorphisms of the unit interval (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
In this talk, we consider subgroups of the group PLo(I) of piecewise linear orientation-preserving homeomorphisms of the unit interval I = [0, 1] that are differentiable everywhere except at finitely many real numbers, under the operation of composition. We provide a criterion for any two subgroups of PLo(I) which are direct products of finitely many indecomposable non-commutative groups to be non-isomorphic. As its application we give a necessary and sufficient condition for any two subgroups of the R. Thompson group F that are stabilizers of finite sets of numbers in the interval (0, 1) to be isomorphic.
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2021/06/08

17:00-18:00   Online
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Takahiro Matsusita (University of the Ryukyus)
Graphs whose Kronecker coverings are bipartite Kneser graphs (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
Kronecker coverings are bipartite double coverings of graphs which are canonically determined. If a graph G is non-bipartite and connected, then there is a unique bipartite double covering of G, and the Kronecker covering of G coincides with it.

In general, there are non-isomorphic graphs although they have the same Kronecker coverings. Therefore, for a given bipartite graph X, it is a natural problem to classify the graphs whose Kronecker coverings are isomorphic to X. Such a classification problem was actually suggested by Imrich and Pisanski, and has been settled in some cases.

In this lecture, we classify the graphs whose Kronecker coverings are bipartite Kneser graphs H(n, k). The Kneser graph K(n, k) is the graph whose vertex set is the family of k-subsets of the n-point set {1, …, n}, and two vertices are adjacent if and only if they are disjoint. The bipartite Kneser graph H(n, k) is the Kronecker covering of K(n, k). We show that there are exactly k graphs whose Kronecker coverings are H(n, k) when n is greater than 2k. Moreover, we determine their automorphism groups and chromatic numbers.
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2021/06/01

17:30-18:30   Online
Joint with Lie Groups and Representation Theory Seminar. See our seminar webpage.
Masatoshi Kitagawa (Waseda University)
On the discrete decomposability and invariants of representations of real reductive Lie groups (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
A problem to determine the behavior of the restriction of an irreducible group representation to a subgroup is called the branching problem. The restriction of an irreducible representation is not irreducible in general, and if the representation is unitary, the restriction has an irreducible decomposition described by a direct integral. The decomposition can be regarded as a generalization of spectral decomposition of unitary operators, and has continuous spectrum and discrete spectrum in general. If the decomposition has no continuous spectrum, the representation is said to be discretely decomposable.

Discretely decomposable branching laws are technically easy to deal with, and in the setting, it is relatively easy to extract information about representations of a small subgroup from that of a large group. The following applications are known. It is known that the operators, called the Rankin--Cohen brackets which make a new automorphic form from a automorphic form,
can be obtained as intertwiner from discretely decomposable representations to irreducible representations. Many generalizations of the operators are obtained recently. The discrete decomposability is used to construct discrete spectrum of the space of L^2 functions on homogeneous spaces (T. Kobayashi, J. Funct. Anal. ('98)).

In this talk, I will give several criterion about the discrete decomposability and G'-admissibility based on the general theory and criterion given by T. Kobayashi (Invent. math. '94, Annals of Math. '98, Invent. math. '98). The criterion are written by associated varieties (algebraic invariants), wave front sets (analytic invariants) and topological structure of representations.
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2021/05/25

17:00-18:00   Online
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Taro Asuke (The University of Tokyo)
On a characteristic class associated with deformations of foliations (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
A characteristic class for deformations of foliations called the Fuks-Lodder-Kotschick class (FLK class for short) is discussed. It seems unknown if there is a real foliation with non-trivial FLK class. In this talk, we show some conditions to assure the triviality of the FLK class. On the other hand, we show that the FLK class is easily to be non-trivial for transversely holomorphic foliations. We present an example and give a construction which generalizes it.
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2021/05/18

17:00-18:00   Online
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Geoffrey Powell (CNRS and University of Angers)
On derivations of free algebras over an operad and the generalized divergence (ENGLISH)
[ Abstract ]
This talk will first introduce the generalized divergence map from the Lie algebra of derivations of a free algebra over an operad to the trace space of the appropriate associative algebra. This encompasses the Satoh trace (for Lie algebras) and the double divergence of Alekseev, Kawazumi, Kuno and Naef (for associative algebras). The generalized divergence is a Lie 1-cocyle.

One restricts to considering the positive degree subalgebra with respect to the natural grading on the Lie algebra of derivations. The relationship of the positive subalgebra with its subalgebra generated in degree one is of particular interest. For example, this question arises in considering the Johnson morphism in the Lie case.

The talk will outline the structural results obtained by using the generalized divergence. These were inspired by Satoh's study of the kernel of the trace map in the Lie case. A new ingredient is the usage of naturality with respect to the category of free, finite-rank abelian groups and split monomorphisms. This allows global results to be formulated using 'torsion' for functors on this category and extends the usage of naturality with respect to the general linear groups.
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2021/05/11

17:00-18:00   Online
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Mayuko Yamashita (RIMS, Kyoto University)
The classification problem of non-topological invertible QFT's and a differential model for the Anderson duals (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
Freed and Hopkins conjectured that the deformation classes of non-topological invertible quantum field theories are classified by a generalized cohomology theory called the Anderson dual of bordism theories. Two of the main difficulty of this problem are the following. First, we do not have the axioms for QFT's. Second, The Anderson dual is defined in an abstract way. In this talk, I will explain the ongoing work to give a new approach to this conjecture, in particular to overcome the second difficulty above. We construct a new, physically motivated model for the Anderson duals. This model is constructed so that it abstracts a certain property of invertible QFT's which physicists believe to hold in general. Actually this construction turns out to be mathematically interesting because of its relation with differential cohomology theories. I will start from basic motivations for the classification problem, reportthe progress of our work and explain future directions. This is the joint work with Yosuke Morita (Kyoto, math) and Kazuya Yonekura (Tohokku, physics).
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2021/04/27

17:00-18:00   Online
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Katsuhiko Kuribayashi (Shinshu University)
On a singular de Rham complex in diffeology (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
Diffeology gives a complete, co-complete, cartesian closed category into which the category of manifolds embeds. In the framework of diffeology, the de Rham complex in the sense of Souriau enables us to develop de Rham calculus. Moreover,Iglesias-Zemmour has been introduced homotopical concepts such as homotopy groups, cubic homology groups and fibrations in diffeology. Thus one might expect `differential homotopy theory'. However, the de Rham theorem does not hold for Souriau's cochain
complex in general. In this talk, I will introduce a singular de Rham complex endowed with an integration map into the singular cochain complex which gives the de Rham theorem for every diffeological space.
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2021/04/20

17:00-18:00   Online
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Ken’ichi Ohshika (Gakushuin University)
Realisation of measured laminations on boundaries of convex cores (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
I shall present a generalisation of the theorem by Bonahon-Otal concerning realisation of measured laminations as bending laminations of geometrically finite groups, to general Kleinian surface groups which might be geometrically infinite. Our proof is based on analysis of geometric limits, and is independent of the technique of hyperbolic cone-manifolds employed by Bonahon-Otal. This is joint work with Shinpei Baba (Osaka Univ.).
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