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- K Magaard, T Shaska, S Shpectorov, H Völklein
- 2002

Let G be a finite group, and g ≥ 2. We study the locus of genus g curves that admit a G-action of given type, and inclusions between such loci. We use this to study the locus of genus g curves with prescribed automorphism group G. We completely classify these loci for g = 3 (including equations for the corresponding curves), and for g ≤ 10 we classify those… (More)

We study genus 2 function fields with elliptic subfields of degree 2. The locus L2 of these fields is a 2-dimensional subvariety of the moduli space M2 of genus 2 fields. An equation for L2 is already in the work of Clebsch and Bolza. We use a birational parameterization of L2 by affine 2-space to study the relation between the j-invariants of the degree 2… (More)

where Πg(C) is the geometric (profinite) fundamental group of C×Spec(Ks) (i.e. Πg(C) is equal to the Galois group of the maximal unramified extension of F (C)⊗Ks). This sequence induces a homomorphism ρC from GK to Out(Πg(C)) which is the group of automorphisms modulo inner automorphisms of Πg(C). It is well known that ρC is an important tool for studying… (More)

- Kay Magaard, Sergey V. Shpectorov, Helmut Völklein
- Experimental Mathematics
- 2003

Let G be a finite group. By Riemann’s Existence Theorem, braid orbits of generating systems of G with product 1 correspond to irreducible families of covers of the Riemann sphere with monodromy group G. Thus many problems on algebraic curves require the computation of braid orbits. In this paper we describe an implementation of this computation. We discuss… (More)

We use moduli spaces for covers of the Riemann sphere to solve regular embedding problems, with prescribed extendability of orderings, over PRC fields. As a corollary we show that the elementary theory of Qtr is decidable. Since the ring of integers of Qtr is undecidable, this gives a natural undecidable ring whose quotient field is decidable.

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