Dessins d'enfant have a nice particular case of Shabat trees, where we take a tree, bicolor it, and get a polynomial map.

A very famous set of trees are the Dynkin diagrams. I wonder what are the special properties of the polynomials the dessins d'enfant with them produces.

As an example, $A_n$ produces the Chebyshev polynomials.


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