David A. Herron

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We define a notion of inversion valid in the general metric space setting. We establish several basic facts concerning inversions; e.g., they are quasimöbius homeomorphisms and quasihyperbolically bilipschitz. In a certain sense, inversion is dual to sphericalization. We demonstrate that both inversion and sphericalization preserve local quasiconvexity and(More)
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