Orderability and Dehn filling

@article{Culler2016OrderabilityAD,
  title={Orderability and Dehn filling},
  author={M. Culler and N. Dunfield},
  journal={arXiv: Geometric Topology},
  year={2016}
}
Motivated by conjectures relating group orderability, Floer homology, and taut foliations, we discuss a systematic and broadly applicable technique for constructing left-orders on the fundamental groups of rational homology 3-spheres. Specifically, for a compact 3-manifold $M$ with torus boundary, we give several criteria which imply that whole intervals of Dehn fillings of $M$ have left-orderable fundamental groups. Our technique uses certain representations from $\pi_1(M)$ into $\widetilde… Expand
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