Real Projective Connections, v. I. Smirnov’s Approach, and Black-hole-type Solutions of the Liouville Equation


One of the central problems of mathematics in the second half of the 19th century and at the beginning of the 20th century was the problem of uniformization of Riemann surfaces. The classics, Klein [1] and Poincaré [2], associated it with studying second-order ordinary differential equations with regular singular points. Poincaré proposed another approach… (More)


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