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The end result is then an isotopy, deforming h(x) to the identity for x3 = 0. Since the construction did not move points with | JC3 | ^ i , we can make the same deformation simultaneously at all planes x3 = m, meZ, and obtain the identity on the planes. We then consider in the same way first x2 = rri and then xY = m\ with m\ m" e Z, and obtain the identity on these planes, without moving points in x3 = m or, in the second step, in x2 = m'. The end result is an isotopy h(x, t) such that h(x, 0) = h(x) and |dh/dt\ ^ C, where H(x) = h(x, 1) = x on dQ for all unit cubes Q associated with the lattice L0 .
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The following theorem has been proved by Nielsen . Theorem (Nielsen). If G is a noncommutative subgroup of PU (1,1) which contains only hyperbolic transformations (besides the identity), then G is discrete. This theorem has been generalized in several ways. Fenchel and Nielsen  and Siegel  have proved the following. ) Theorem (Fenchel-Nielsen-Siegel). If G is a subgroup of PU(\, 1) such that (a) the elements of G do not leave invariant a point or pair of points on the boundary dD, and (b) the identity is not an accumulation point of the elliptic elements in G, then G is discrete.