De l'anterior, format per les matrius enteres. de radicals; • la integració d'equacions diferencials, • problemes d'uniformització de superfícies de Riemann. In mathematics, particularly in complex analysis, a Riemann surface is a one-dimensional .. Higher genus. De Franchis theorem · Faltings's theorem · Hurwitz's automorphisms theorem · Hurwitz surface · Hyperelliptic curve · Plane curves.Riemann surfaces · Compact Riemann surface · Complex manifold. Superficies de Riemann y cristalografía. Article (PDF Available) · January with 15 Reads. Cite this publication. David Singerman at University of.
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