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Category Archives: Fundamental group
What is a semicovering map?
I’ve heard twice in the past year from folks who study nonArchimedian geometry and have found connections to “semicoverings,” which are a generalization of covering maps used in wild topology. The questions I received had me revisiting the basics and … Continue reading
The Griffiths twin cone and the harmonic archipelago have isomorphic fundamental group (Part 2)
This is Part 2 of a guest post by Sam Corson, who is a Heibronn Fellow at the University of Bristol. It will be helpful to read Part 1 first. We will furthermore overload the notation used for word concatenation … Continue reading
The Griffiths twin cone and the harmonic archipelago have isomorphic fundamental group (Part 1)
This is a guest post by Sam Corson, who is a Heibronn Fellow at the University of Bristol. This first post will provide background on the infinite word combinatorics which are used in the description of the fundamental group of … Continue reading