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Jonathan David Evenboer

Oregon State University

September 2018

1 Table of Notations

gLn (?): a so called geometric lens space in n + 1 dimensions

Asn (?): the aster (and its analogues, such as the hyperbolic octahedron) in n+1

dimensions

Cin (?): the circle (and its analogues, such as the 2-sphere) in n + 1 dimensions

Sq 0n (?): the square rotated by π4 (and its analogues, such as the octahedron) in

n + 1 dimensions

4: the Laplacian (defined as the 2nd (partial) derivative)

∠(4X)(4Y ): the angle between to normal vectors of gLn (?)-components X

and Y

|X − Y |: the length (distance) between two gLn (?)-components (via 4)

Re: a reflection transformation

Ro: a rotation transformation

pi : a point on a given manifold

pj : the symmetric twin of a point on a given manifold

ei : elementary vectors of an n + 1-dimensional space; exact points where the

component functions of gLn (?) intersect

Fn+1 : a field in n + 1 dimensions

?: any set of variables in a given n + 1-dimensional space (e.g; Euclidean, ellip-

tical, hyperbolic)

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2 Introduction

This brief paper continues the ongoing process of developing and exploring prop-

erties of the so-called geometric lens space (henceforth referred to by the sym-

bol gLn (?)). In this particular paper, as the title indicates, we will focus on

the process of aligning normals of Asn (?) and Sq 0n (?) in 2-dimensional and 3-

dimensional spaces.

The idea of aligning normals was mentioned, but never developed, in previous

papers (most specifically in [1] and [2]). This paper seeks explicitly state the

process of aligning the normals in the interior of gLn (?).

Section 1 will give a very brief background concerning gLn (?), though the reader

is encouraged to read [1], [2],[3], and [4] and their given erratas (as well as erratas

given in [5] and [6]) for a more comprehensive background on the subject. As

stated before, this paper is most closely associated with [1], and the background

given in Section 1 will reflect that.

Section 2 will give the process required to align the normals of Asn (?) and

Sq 0n (?) in 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional spaces such that the angle between

their respective normals is 0. This process will also explain why the √maximum

2−1

distance between Asn (?) and Cin (?) (via their normals) is listed as √ 2

.

The author acknowledges that much of the notation in this ongoing project is

non-standard. Thus, a table of notations is given on the page prior to this in-

troduction to aid in clarification.

The author also acknowledges that [1] is rife with typos and errors, as well as

the usual mistakes that occur when a lower-division undergraduate attempts

to undertake their first research project. . Most typos and errors have been

addressed in the errata for [1], as well as in [5] and [6], but some errors are still

being discovered (e.g.; on page 12 of [1], it is stated that kCin (?) − Sq 0n (?)k

and kCin (?) − Sq 0 n(?)k are not equal when it should be stated that kCin (?) −

Sq 0n (?)k and kAsn (?) − Sq 0n (?)k are not equal).

What we shall refer to as gLn (?) is a space created from the union of 3 home-

omorphic n-manifolds in n + 1 dimensions for n ≥ 1: Asn (?) (a hyperbolic

manifold), Sq 0n (?) (an Euclidean manifold), and Cin (?) (an elliptic manifold).

In this paper we deal only with the n = 1 and n = 2 cases.

gL(?) can exist in both open and closed forms; the open form occurring when

we choose gL(?) − {ei }, which is the elimination of the intersecting points of

Asn (?), Sq 0n (?), and Cin (?) in their unit representations. In this paper we focus

solely on the closed form of gL(?), but note that all results hold in open form.

When n = 1, we use line segments of component manifolds to compose gL1 (?),

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and when n = 2, we use triangulations of component manifolds to compose

gL2 (?).

In the n = 1 case, gLn (?) is completely, simply connected via the union of

component segments. In the n = 2 case, gL(?) cannot be considered simply

connected since its component parts only intersect at the vertices of their re-

spective triangulations.

(Note:Throughout the remainder of this paper, we will remove the superscript

n, with the knowledge that {n} = {1, 2} for these processes in their respective

dimensions. )

and F3

In this section we describe the process involved in aligning the normals of As(?)

and Sq 0 (?) such that ∠(4Asn (?)), (4Sq 0n (?)) = 0 for {n} = {1, 2}, meaning

every normal vector of As(?) under transformation is parallel to any normal

vector of Sq 0 (?), creating a straight, non-intersecting line which we can extend

from As(?) to Ci(?).

The process for aligning the normals of gL(?)’s component functions depends

on the dimension we are working in. We will first describe the process for F2 ,

and then for F3

(I)Take 4As1 (?)

(II) Fix points where 4As1 (star) intersects Ci1 (?)

(III) Reflect 4As1 (pi ) over 4As1 (p π4 )

(Note: p π4 is the point that is equivalent to ? = (r, π4 ), and ∠(4As1 (?)), (4Sq 01 (?)) =

0 here naturally, and at analogous points in QI, QII, QIII, and QIV ).

(IV) End. Then |Re(4As1 (pi )) − Ci1 (pj )| = |As1 (pj − Ci1 (pj ), which runs

parallel to any Sq 01 (pj ).

Ci(p π4 )|. Note |As(ei ) − Ci(ei )| = 0 for all points where As1 (?) ∩ Ci1 (?). In

fact, |As(ei ) − Ci(ei )| = 0 for all points where Asn (?) ∩ Cin (?) in all dimensions

n + 1. Thus, for n = 1, we only need to swap via reflection the open sets (ei , p π4 )

and (ej , p π4 ).

Note, via symmetry, that the transformation Re does not change the the overall

structure of gL(?) or its component functions. For instance, both global and lo-

cal curvature remain the same before and after the transformation Re is applied.

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Process of Aligning Normals of As2 (?) and Sq 02 (?) in F3

(I)Take 4As2 (?)

(II)Fix points where 4As2 (?) intersects Ci2 (?)

(III) For boundary segments in the plane, follow Process of Aligning Normals

of As1 (?) and Sq 01 (?) in F2

(IV) Rotate each open interior octant’s triangulation of4As2 (?) about centre

of individual triangulation by 2π

3 .

(V) End. |Ro(4As2 (pi )) − Ci2 (pj )| = |As2 (pj ) − Ci2 (pj ), which runs parallel

to any 4Sq 02 (pj ).

This process untwists the intersection of normals under 4As2 (?) such that

∠(4As2 (?)), (4Sq 02 (?)) = 0.

As with Process of Aligning Normals of As1 (?) and Sq 01 (?) in F2 , note that we

needn’t transform points associated with ei , since normals are already aligned.

5 Conclusion

We’ve seen that we can align normals of Asn (?) and Sq 0n (?) for {n} = {1, 2} in

n + 1 dimensions under given transformations. This (hopefully) addresses some

of the ambiguity in previous papers dealing with development of a gL(?) space.

For higher dimensions, the processes of untwisting/untangling the normal vec-

tors is currently unknown to the author, but these processes (if they exist) are

being looked into.

It’s worth noting that the author, as of yet, can find no process in which

∠(4Asn (?)), (4Cin (?)) = 0 or ∠(Sq 0n (?)), (4Cin (?)) = 0 . This does not

affect the construction of the gL(?) space, but the author does think such a

process (if it can be shown to exist) would be interesting.

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6 References

(1) Geometric Analytical Methods in Regards to Topology of 1-Manifolds of

Constant Curvature (Spring 2015)

(2)Investigations into the Laplacians and Laplace Transforms with Respect to

the Circle, the Aster, and Construction of an Analytic Geometric Lens (Winter

2015)

(3) Determinants and Applicable Methodology of Determinants with Respect

to the Building and Understanding of Geometric Lens Theory (August 2016)

(4)Concentrations of Positive Curvature on Manifolds with Euler Characteristic

2 for Real Dimensions 3 and Higher (July 2017)

(5) Blanket Errata 1

(6) Blanket Errata 2

All references above are papers/erratas by Jonathan D. Evenboer.

All papers are self-published and can be found via links on the following web-

page:

https://jonathandavidevenboer.weebly.com/cv.html

References given/listed in those papers and erratas are implied here.

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