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Dehn Fillings of Knot Manifolds Containing Essential TwicePunctured Tori
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Dehn Fillings of Knot Manifolds Containing Essential TwicePunctured Tori
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Book DetailsMemoirs of the American Mathematical SocietyVolume: 295; 2024; 106 ppMSC: Primary 57

Table of Contents

Chapters

1. Introduction

2. Examples

3. Proof of Theorems and

4. Initial assumptions and reductions

5. CullerShalen theory

6. Bending characters of triangle group amalgams

7. The proof of Theorem when $F$ is a semifibre

8. The proof of Theorem when $F$ is a fibre

9. Further assumptions, reductions, and background material

10. The proof of Theorem when $F$ is nonseparating but not a fibre

11. Algebraic and embedded $n$gons in $X^\epsilon $

12. The proof of Theorem when $F$ separates but is not a semifibre and $t_1^+ + t_1^ > 0$

13. Background for the proof of Theorem when $F$ separates and $t_1^+ = t_1^=0$

14. Recognizing the figure eight knot exterior

15. Completion of the proof of Theorem when $\Delta (\alpha , \beta ) \geq 7$

16. Completion of the proof of Theorem when $X^$ is not a twisted $I$bundle

17. Completion of the proof of Theorem when ${\Delta }(\alpha ,\beta )=6$ and $d = 1$

18. The case that $F$ separates but not a semifibre, $t_1^+ = t_1^ = 0$, $d \ne 1$, and $M(\alpha )$ is very small

19. The case that $F$ separates but is not a semifibre, $t_1^+ = t_1^ = 0$, $d>1$, and $M(\alpha )$ is not very small

20. Proof of Theorem


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Volume: 295; 2024; 106 pp
MSC: Primary 57

Chapters

1. Introduction

2. Examples

3. Proof of Theorems and

4. Initial assumptions and reductions

5. CullerShalen theory

6. Bending characters of triangle group amalgams

7. The proof of Theorem when $F$ is a semifibre

8. The proof of Theorem when $F$ is a fibre

9. Further assumptions, reductions, and background material

10. The proof of Theorem when $F$ is nonseparating but not a fibre

11. Algebraic and embedded $n$gons in $X^\epsilon $

12. The proof of Theorem when $F$ separates but is not a semifibre and $t_1^+ + t_1^ > 0$

13. Background for the proof of Theorem when $F$ separates and $t_1^+ = t_1^=0$

14. Recognizing the figure eight knot exterior

15. Completion of the proof of Theorem when $\Delta (\alpha , \beta ) \geq 7$

16. Completion of the proof of Theorem when $X^$ is not a twisted $I$bundle

17. Completion of the proof of Theorem when ${\Delta }(\alpha ,\beta )=6$ and $d = 1$

18. The case that $F$ separates but not a semifibre, $t_1^+ = t_1^ = 0$, $d \ne 1$, and $M(\alpha )$ is very small

19. The case that $F$ separates but is not a semifibre, $t_1^+ = t_1^ = 0$, $d>1$, and $M(\alpha )$ is not very small

20. Proof of Theorem
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