Author Archives: Edray Herber Goins, Ph.D.
Recall that the upper half plane consists of complex numbers with . Let denote the closed unit disk as the union of the unit disk with its boundary . This assignment is meant to explain the pictures at the Wolfram … Continue reading
Zachary Scherr and his graduate advisor Michael E. Zieve have a new paper on the ArXiv entitled “Separated Belyĭ Maps”.
Today we discuss how some familiar objects — namely the circle, the sphere, the torus, and even elliptic curves — are each examples of non-singular algebraic curves which are also compact, connected Riemann surfaces.
Eventually, we wish to show that every compact, connected Riemann surface is a nonsingular algebraic curve. Today, we discuss what is means to be a “nonsingular algebraic curve” using Dedekind Domains.
“An Elementary Approach to Dessins d’enfants and the Grothendieck-Teichmüller Group” by Pierre Guillot
Pierre Guillot has a new paper on the ArXiv entitled “An Elementary Approach to Dessins d’enfants and the Grothendieck-Teichmüller Group”.
Yang-Hui He and James Read have a new paper on the ArXiv entitled “Hecke Groups, Dessins d’Enfants and the Archimedean Solids”.
Gareth A. Jones has a new paper on the ArXiv entitled “Regular Dessins with a Given Automorphism Group”.