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- David Corn, David Singerman
- Eur. J. Comb.
- 1988

We show that the least genus of any compact Riemann surface S, admitting a simple Suzuki group G = Sz(^) as a group of automorphisms, is equal to 1 +|G|/40. We compute the number of such surfaces S as the number of normal subgroups of the triangle group A(2,4,5) with quotient-group G, and investigate the associated regular maps of type {4,5}.

- E Bujalance, A F Costa, D Singerman
- 1993

Let X be a compact Riemann surface of genus g > 1. A symmetry S of X is an anticonformal involution. We write jSj for the number of connected components of the xed points set of S. Suppose that X admits two distinct symmetries S 1 and S 2 ; then we nd a bound for jS 1 j + jS 2 j in terms of the genus of X and the order of S 1 S 2. We discuss circumstances… (More)

- Milagros Izquierdo, David Singerman
- Eur. J. Comb.
- 1994

- David Singerman, Robert I. Syddall
- 2003

- Cori Hypermaps, Dessins d’Enfants, David Singerman, Jürgen Wolfart
- 2008

This paper explains some facts probably known to experts and implicitely contained in the literature about dessins d'enfants but which seem to be nowhere explicitely stated. The 1-skeleton of every regular Cori hypermap is the Cayley graph of its automorphism group, embedded in the underlying orientable surface. Conversely, every Cayley graph of a finite… (More)

- Ioannis P. Ivrissimtzis, David Singerman
- Eur. J. Comb.
- 2005

- Ramsey Michael Faragher, Stanislav Shabala, +17 authors Kirstin Woody
- 2009

- M Izquierdo, D Singerman
- 1998

Macbeath gave a formula for the number of fixed points for each non-identity element of a cyclic group of automorphisms of a compact Riemann surface in terms of the universal covering transformation group of the cyclic group. We observe that this formula generalizes to determine the fixed-point set of each non-identity element of a cyclic group of… (More)