Cannon-Thurston maps for trees of hyperbolic metric spaces

@article{Mitra1996CannonThurstonMF,
  title={Cannon-Thurston maps for trees of hyperbolic metric spaces},
  author={Mahan Mitra},
  journal={Journal of Differential Geometry},
  year={1996},
  volume={48},
  pages={135-164}
}
  • M. Mitra
  • Published 23 September 1996
  • Mathematics
  • Journal of Differential Geometry
Let (X,d) be a tree (T) of hyperbolic metric spaces satisfying the quasi-isometrically embedded condition. Let v be a vertex of T . Let (X v , d v ) denote the hyperbolic metric space corresponding to v. Then i : X v → X extends continuously to a map i ^ : X ^ v → X ^ . This generalizes a Theorem of Cannon and Thurston. The techniques are used to give a new proof of a result of Minsky: Thurston's ending lamination conjecture for certain Kleinian groups. Applications to graphs of hyperbolic… 

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