By Rolf-Peter Holzapfel
The most objective of this e-book is to introduce into floor concept new sorts of rational discrete invariants (hights) explicitly and to illustrate their energy for fixing genuine difficulties. those hights are postulated to be invariant with appreciate to finite coverings as much as a well-documented issue. As a primary instant software one will get, explicitly and rather regularly, formulae of Hurwitz style for the classical simple invariants of surfaces. those Hurwitz formulae are explicitly recognized mostly just for unique coverings. one other box of software is the idea of Picard modular surfaces. The e-book additionally provides the recent result of those.
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Ball and Surface Arithmetics (Aspects of Mathematics) by Rolf-Peter Holzapfel