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From loom spaces to veering triangulations

@inproceedings{Schleimer2021FromLS,
  title={From loom spaces to veering triangulations},
  author={Saul Schleimer and Henry Segerman},
  year={2021}
}
We introduce loom spaces, a generalisation of both the leaf spaces associated to pseudo-Anosov flows and the link spaces associated to veering triangulations. Following work of Guéritaud, we prove that there is a locally veering triangulation canonically associated to every loom space, and that the realisation of this triangulation is homeomorphic to R. Figure 1.1. The green and purple threads give transverse foliations. 
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