V. Dussaux

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A map is a graph equipped with a circular order of edges around each vertex. These circular orders represent local planar embeddings. The genus of a map is the minimal genus of an orientable surface in which it can be embedded. The maps of genus at most g are characterized by finitely many forbidden maps, relatively to an appropriate ordering related to the(More)
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