Hyperbolic Geometry and the Moduli Space of Real Binary Sextics
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The moduli space of real 6-tuples in ℂP 1 is modeled on a quotient of hyperbolic 3-space by a nonarithmetic lattice in IsomH 3. This is partly an expository note; the first part of it is an introduction to orbifolds and hyperbolic reflection groups.
KeywordsComplex hyperbolic geometry hyperbolic reflection groups orbifolds moduli spaces ball quotients
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