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SnapPea

SnapPea is free software designed to help mathematicians, in particular low-dimensional topologists, study hyperbolic 3-manifolds. The primary… Expand
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2018
2018
A well-known question asks whether any two non-isometric finite volume hyperbolic 3-manifolds are distinguished from each other… Expand
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2014
2014
We identify a duplicate pair in the well-known Callahan–Hildebrand–Weeks census of cusped finite-volume hyperbolic 3-manifolds… Expand
2013
2013
This paper poses some basic questions about instances (hard to find) of a special problem in 3-manifold topology. "Important… Expand
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2011
2011
We present a theoretical algorithm that given any finite presentation of a group as input, will terminate with answer yes if and… Expand
2010
2010
We prove that every finite-volume hyperbolic 3-manifold M with p > 0 cusps admits a canonical, complete, piecewise Euclidean CAT… Expand
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2009
2009
Is the Doppler interpretation of galaxy redshifts in a Friedmann–Lemaitre–Robertson–Walker (FLRW) model valid in the context of… Expand
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Highly Cited
2000
Highly Cited
2000
Snap is a computer program for computing arithmetic invariants of hyperbolic 3-manifolds, built on Jeff Weeks's SnapPea and the… Expand
1999
1999
Measurements of cosmic microwave background (CMB) anisotropy are ideal experiments for discovering the non-trivial global… Expand
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Highly Cited
1999
Highly Cited
1999
“One could imagine that as a result of enormously extended astronomical experience, the entire universe consists of countless… Expand
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Review
1999
Review
1999
Think of a right triangle drawn on a transparency. The transparency is a piece of an infinite Euclidean plane whose flat metric… Expand
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