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On the combinatorial cuspidalization of hyperbolic curves

Shinichi Mochizuki

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Published
**2008**
by Kyōto Daigaku Sūri Kaiseki Kenkyūjo in Kyoto, Japan
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Shinichi Mochizuki. |

Series | RIMS -- 1632 |

Contributions | Kyōto Daigaku. Sūri Kaiseki Kenkyūjo. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | MLCSJ 2009/00003 (Q) |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 65 p. ; |

Number of Pages | 65 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL23209089M |

LC Control Number | 2009352635 |

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hyperbolic curves over Q to the absolute Galois group of Q. Contents Introduction 2 0. Notations and Conventions 12 1. Combinatorial anabelian geometry in the absence of group-theoretic cuspidality 15 2.

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Abstract. We introduce and discuss the notion of monodromically full points of configuration spaces of hyperbolic curves. This notion leads to complements to M. Matsumoto’s result concerning the difference between the kernels of the natural homomorphisms associated to a hyperbolic curve and its point from the Galois group to the automorphism and outer automorphism groups of the geometric.

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2, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, (mathematics) The process of making an object cuspidal. Yasuhiro Wakabayashi, “On the cuspidalization problem for hyperbolic curves over finite fields”, in (Please provide the book title or journal name)[1]: Finally, we apply this result to obtain results concerning certain cuspidalization problems for fundamental groups of (not necessarily.

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This book presents a self-contained and comprehensive treatment of the rich combinatorial structure of the space of measured geodesic laminations in a fixed surface.

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Within low-dimensional topology, related subjects include braids, concordance, polynomial invariants, contact geometry, fibered links and open books, and.Y. Hoshi and S. Mochizuki, Topics surrounding the combinatorial anabelian geometry of hyperbolic curves II: tripods and combinatorial cuspidalization, RIMS preprint ().

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