Limit sets of Teichm\"uller geodesics with minimal non-uniquely ergodic vertical foliation

@article{Leininger2013LimitSO,
  title={Limit sets of Teichm\"uller geodesics with minimal non-uniquely ergodic vertical foliation},
  author={Christopher J. Leininger and Anna Lenzhen and Kasra Rafi},
  journal={arXiv: Geometric Topology},
  year={2013}
}
We describe a method for constructing Teichm\"uller geodesics where the vertical measured foliation $\nu$ is minimal but is not uniquely ergodic and where we have a good understanding of the behavior of the Teichm\"uller geodesic. The construction depends on various parameters, and we show that one can adjust the parameters to ensure that the set of accumulation points of such a geodesic in the Thurston boundary is exactly the set of all possible measured foliations in the homotopy class of… 

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