# Questions tagged [riemann-surfaces]

Riemann surfaces(Riemannian surfaces) is one dimensional complex manifold. For questions about classical examples in complex analysis, complex geometry, surface topology.

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### Fenchel–Nielsen coordinates vs Fock–Goncharov coordinates

Consider an orientable surface $S$ and its Teichmüller space $S$, which is the space of representations of its fundamental group $T(S)=\{\rho: \pi_1(S) \to \operatorname{SL}(2,\mathbb{R})\}$. Fock and ...
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### Curves having only one linear system realizing its gonality

$\DeclareMathOperator\gon{gon}$Let $C$ be a smooth irreducible projective curve defined over complex numbers. Recall that the gonality of $C$, $\gon(C)$, is defined to be the minimal possible degree ...
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### Explicit triples of isomorphic Riemann surfaces

Inspired by a discussion with Neil Strickland I am very interested to hear of explicit examples (one per answer, please), as follows. A compact Riemann surface can be presented in many different ways....
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### Action of the mapping class group on curves and triangulations

Consider an orientable surface $S$ of arbitrary genus, possibly with boundaries, and with marked points and/or punctures. I will assume that every boundary has at least one marked point so that the ...
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### Dessins d'enfant of Dynkin diagrams?

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 ...
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### Triangulating Riemann surfaces by using non-constant meromorphic functions

Let $X$ be a connected Riemann surface, i.e. $X$ is a one dimensional connected complex manifold (Hausdorff and second-countable as a topological space). The following is a classical result: Theorem (...
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### Cluster algebras of type A and X

I will base my question on Fock and Goncharov's paper Dual Teichmüller and lamination spaces. Let $S$ be a surface with boundaries, marked points on such boundaries, punctures and boundaries without ...
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### A basis of holomorphic differentials on Fermat curves

I am currently reading the paper "Holomorphic Differentials of Generalized Fermat Curves" by Rubén Hidalgo. The case I am interested in is that of a classical Fermat curve $F_k$, which in ...
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### To integrate elliptic integral, we glue two Riemann surface to make torus

To deal with elliptic integral, we often cut riemann surface and glue them together, and gain a torus. We do this in order to avoid indeterminacy of integral, in other word, to avoid the condition ...
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### Composition of coproduct and product in Lagrangian Floer (co)homology

Let's take a Riemann surface $\Sigma$ and three Lagrangians $L_0,L_1,L_2$ in general position. let's assume that we can set up Lagrangian Floer (co)homology - Here I'm being vague because I don't want ...
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### Finitely connected orientable surface

Let $(M,g)$ be a finitely connected orientable complete Riemannian surface, that is, $M$ is homeomorphic to a compact orientable surface $\Sigma$ minus $k \geq 1$ points. Do you have references or a ...
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Suppose $\varphi:\mathbb CP^1\to \mathbb CP^1$ is a homeomorphism holomorphic on a connected open subset $U\subset \mathbb CP^1$ with $\mathbb CP^1\setminus U$ of zero measure. Is it true that $\... 3 votes 0 answers 89 views ### Universal cover of finetely connected surface with boundary Let$M$be a finetely connected orientable surface with compact boundary. This means$M$is homeomorphic to a compact orientable surface$\Sigma$of genus$g \geq 0$minus$r \geq 1$points and minus$...
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I'm researching about Hilbert's theorem which says that there isn't isometric immersion of a complete surface with constant negative Gaussian curvature in $\mathbb{R}^3$. I'm taking as a reference the ...
### Paths $tg_1+(1-t)g_0$ in the moduli space of Riemann surfaces
Suppose $S$ is a smooth compact oriented surface without boundary. Let $g_0$ and $g_1$ be two smooth Riemannian metrics on $S$. Consider the interpolating path of metrics $g_t=g_1t+g_0(1-t)$. Recall ...