Mostow rigidity on the line: A survey
G.D. Mostow’s celebrated Rigidity Theorem has taken some curious forms on the real line. All assume that f (a continuous strictly increasing real valued function of a real variable) is the “boundary mapping” of an isomorphism between Fuchsian groups.
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