An infinitely generated intersection of geometrically finite hyperbolic groups

@inproceedings{Susskind2001AnIG,
  title={An infinitely generated intersection of geometrically finite hyperbolic groups},
  author={Perry Susskind},
  year={2001}
}
Two discrete, geometrically finite subgroups of the isometrics of hyperbolic n-space (n > 4) are defined whose intersection is infinitely generated. This settles, in dimensions 4 and above, a long-standing question in Kleinian and hyperbolic groups reiterated at a problem session chaired by Bernard Maskit at the AMS meeting 898, March 3-5, 1995, a conference in honor of Bernard Maskit's 60th birthday. 

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