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Published
**1985**
by Springer-Verlag in New York
.

Written in English

- Automorphic functions.

**Edition Notes**

Bibliography: p. 35-37.

Statement | Henri Poincaré ; translated by J. Stillwell. |

Contributions | Stillwell, John. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA353.A9 P652513 1985 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 483 p. : |

Number of Pages | 483 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL2539786M |

ISBN 10 | 0387962158 |

LC Control Number | 85020800 |

A Fuchsian group that preserves some point in the closure of, or a straight line in the sense of Lobachevskii geometry, is called elementary. If is a non-elementary Fuchsian group, then the set of limit points of the orbit of a point lying on the circle is independent of and is called the limit set of the group. Purchase Algebraic Analysis - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Book Edition: 1.

functions and solve the problem with a ﬁrst-order Fuchsian system: we get a permutation representation on a vector space with basis Eand permutation matrices are diagonalizable. There is a more elementary way of solving the problem with a single scalar equation that even represents elements of Eby algebraic functions. A detailed account of Nilsson class functions can be found in Nilsson’s original papers [Ni1,Ni2] as well as §4 in Chap. 6 of [Bj2] and Chap. 3 of Deligne’s book [De]. The importance of this class stems from its close connection with the class of global Fuchsian univariateFile Size: KB.

A remark on some fuchsian groups Article in New Trends in Mathematical Sciences 2(6) June with 10 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Computations of automorphic functions on Fuchsian groups List of Papers functions without exception become equidistributed in the semiclassical limit, the phenomenon is called quantum unique ergodicity. It is still not known precisely for what systems that happens.

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Papers on Fuchsian Functions: Poincare, Henri, Stillwell, J.: : by: Fuchsian functions are generalisations of elliptic functions.

Elliptic functions are inverses of elliptic integrals such as the integral of 1/(1-x^2)(1-k^2x^2). This is a classical class of integrals that cannot be evaluated in terms of elementary functions.5/5(1). Papers on Fuchsian Functions by Henri Poincaré,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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Papers on Fuchsian Functions - AbeBooks - Poincare, Henri: Price Range: $ - $ The papers I have selected include the three great memoirs in the first volumes of Acta Mathematics, on Fuchsian groups, Fuchsian functions, and Kleinian groups (Poincare [ a,b, ]).

These are the papers. Book description. by John Stillwell I. General Reaarb, Poincare's papers on Fuchsian and Kleinian I1'OUps are of Il'eat interest from at least two points of view: history, of course, but also as an inspiration for further mathematical proll'ess.

The papers are historic as the climax of the ceometric theory of functions initiated by Riemann, and ideal representatives of the unity between analysis, ceometry. Fuchsian groups, Fuchsian, functions, and Kleinian groups (Poincare [ a, b,]).

These are the Papers which made his reputation and they include many results and proofs which are now standard. They are preceded by an, unedited memoir written by Poincare in. Abstract. Poincaré tried to understand for many years whether there exist analytic functions, analogous to the elliptic functions, which make it possible to integrate various linear differential equations with algebraic : Giampiero Esposito.

Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Poincaré, Henri, Papers on Fuchsian functions. New York: Springer-Verlag, © 您的位置： 首页 > 科学自然 > 数学 > Papers on Fuchsian Functions 目录导航. 自然疗法 不孕不育 排球. In general, this function is infinite-valued, and all the singular points of (1) (or (2)) are branch points of it of infinite order.

A second-order Fuchsian equation with singular points has the form. where is a polynomial of degree. The transformation takes a Fuchsian equation to a Fuchsian equation, with. The papers I have selected include the three Il'eat memoirs in the first volumes of Acta Math.

-tice, on- Fuchsian groups, Fuchsian, functions, and Kleinian groups (Poincare [ a, b,]). These are the papers which made his reputation and they include many results and proofs which are now standard.

in many different areas of mathematics. His first papers on 'Fuchsian functions' (Poincare's term for automorphic func tions; see Box 1) set off the process of crystallisation theory of automorphic functions.

The purpose of this article is to give a brief account of Poincare's ideas. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

Papers on Fuchsian functions in SearchWorks catalog Skip to. MATH FUCHSIAN DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS HYPERGEOMETRIC FUNCTION References: DK and Sadri Hassan. Historical Notes: Please read the book Linear Diﬀerential Equations and the Group Theory by Jeremy J. Gray, Birkhouser, for the contributions of Euler, Pfaﬀ, Gauss, Riemann, Kummer, Jacobi and others on theFile Size: 85KB.

Papers (with M. Nakada) The Nielsen development and transitive points under a certain Fuchsian group, T\^{o}hoku Math. J., 37(), Transitive points under the modular group and continued fractions, RIMS Kokyuroku (), paper, which led to some awkward repercussions, related by Gray on page In a letter to Klein, Poincaré admitted that he would not have called the functions “Fuchsian” had he known of Schwarz’s work.

Indeed, the triangle functions and their symmetry groups are now, belatedly, named after Schwarz. But at the time SchwarzFile Size: KB. LECTURES ON SHIMURA CURVES 2: GENERAL THEORY OF FUCHSIAN GROUPS 3 Theorem 1. PSL2(R) = Isom+(H;ds) is the group of orientation-preserving isometries of H.

On the other hand, PSL2(R) acts on H by holomorphic automorphisms, and we also have Theorem 2. PSL2(R) = AutC(H) is the group of automorphisms of H as a com- plex Size: KB. $\begingroup$ Spitballing here, but aren't the "Fuchsian functions" the same as the solutions to the Fuchsian second-order ODE as presented in ?I am at least aware that these solutions to this ODE can degenerate to (generalized) hypergeometric functions, which also have been used in the solution of the general nth-degree equation.lytic.

The goal of the current paper is to address this question in the C2-case. We consider the class of Fuchsian type hypersurfaces introduced by the authors in [7] (this condition is described explicitly in terms of the deﬁning function of a hypersurface), and prove that CR-diﬀeomorphisms of Fuchsian type hypersurfaces are automatically.is a description in terms of Fuchsian diﬀerential equations (see last sentence in the book [25]).

The functions (3) satisfy nonlinear autonomous ode’s of third order [x,τ] = Q1(x,y), [y,τ] = Q2(x,y), (4) where Q1,2 are certain rational functions of the indicated variables and [x,τ] is a notation for the meromorphic derivative1 [x,τ.