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Belyi map for the sporadic group J1

@article{Barth2017BelyiMF,
  title={Belyi map for the sporadic group J1},
  author={D. Barth and A. Wenz},
  journal={arXiv: Number Theory},
  year={2017}
}
We compute the genus 0 Belyi map for the sporadic Janko group J1 of degree 266 and describe the applied method. This yields explicit polynomials having J1 as a Galois group over K(t), [K:Q] = 7. 
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