Perfect subspaces of quadratic laminations
- 18 Downloads
The combinatorial Mandelbrot set is a continuum in the plane, whose boundary is defined as the quotient space of the unit circle by an explicit equivalence relation. This equivalence relation was described by Douady (1984) and, separately, by Thurston (1985) who used quadratic invariant geolaminations as a major tool. We showed earlier that the combinatorial Mandelbrot set can be interpreted as a quotient of the space of all limit quadratic invariant geolaminations with the Hausdorff distance topology. In this paper, we describe two similar quotients. In the first case, the identifications are the same but the space is smaller than that used for the Mandelbrot set. The resulting quotient space is obtained from the Mandelbrot set by ıpinching" the transitions between adjacent hyperbolic components. In the second case we identify renormalizable geolaminations that can be ırenormalized" to the same hyperbolic geolamination while no two non-renormalizable geolaminations are identified.
Keywordscomplex dynamics laminations Mandelbrot set Julia set
MSC(2010)37F20 37F10 37F50
The first named author was partially supported by National Science Foundation of USA (Grant No. DMS-1201450). The second named author was partially supported by National Science Foundation of USA (Grant No. DMS-1807558). The third named author was partially supported by the Russian Academic Excellence Project ‘5-100’. The authors thank the referees for valuable and helpful remarks.
- 5.Blokh A, Oversteegen L, Ptacek R, et al. Laminational models for some spaces of polynomials of arbitrary degree. Mem Amer Math Soc, 2017, in pressGoogle Scholar
- 10.Milnor J. Dynamics in One Complex Variable. Annals of Mathematical Studies, vol. 160. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006Google Scholar
- 12.Thurston W. The combinatorics of iterated rational maps. In: Complex Dynamics Families and Friends. Wellesley: A K Peters, 2008, 1–108Google Scholar