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scl by Danny Calegari

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Publisher: Mathematical Society of Japan
ISBN/ASIN: 4931469531
ISBN-13: 9784931469532
Number of pages: 218

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This book is a comprehensive introduction to the theory of stable commutator length, an important subfield of quantitative topology, with substantial connections to 2-manifolds, dynamics, geometric group theory, bounded cohomology, symplectic topology, and many other subjects.

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