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In this paper we determine all finite groups G that can act on some compact Riemann surface M with the property that if H is any non-trivial subgroup of G, then the orbit surface M/H is the Riemann sphere. The idea is to look at the induced action on the vector space of holomorphic differentials on M (in the positive genus case) and then use the old-known (Wolf) classification of groups admitting fixed point-free linear actions. A description of the corresponding group actions is given in terms of Fuchsian representations.

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We show that for every g > 1 there is a compact arithmetic Riemann surface of genus g with at least 4(g-1) automorphisms, and that this lower bound is attained by infinitely many genera, the smallest being 24.

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Making use of theory of differentiable stacks, we study symplectic vortex equations over a compact orbifold Riemann surface. We discuss the category of representable morphisms from a compact orbifold Riemann surface to a quotient stack. After that we define symplectic vortex equations over a compact orbifold Riemann surface. We also discuss the moduli space of solutions to the equations for linear actions of the circle group on the complex plane.

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A compact Riemann surface X of genus g>1 is said to be p-hyperelliptic if X admits a conformal involution ρ, for which X/ρ is an orbifold of genus p. If in addition X is q-hyperelliptic, then we say that X is pq-hyperelliptic. Here we study conformal actions on pq-hyperelliptic Riemann surfaces with central p- and q-hyperelliptic involutions.

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In this paper, we give some estimates of the sum of the square norm of the sections of the pluricanonical bundles over a Riemann surface with genus greater than 2 and Gauss curvature (-1). Using these estimate, we give a uniform estimate of the corona problem on Riemann surfaces.

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We slightly improve the lower bound of Baez-Duarte, Balazard, Landreau and Saias in the Nyman-Beurling formulation of the Riemann Hypothesis as an approximation problem. We construct Hilbert space vectors which could prove useful in the context of the so-called `Hilbert-Polya idea'.

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A compact Riemann surface $X$ of genus $g > 1$ is said to be $p$-hyperelliptic if $X$ admits a conformal involution $\rho$ for which $X / \rho$ has genus $p$. A conformal automorphism $\delta$ of prime order $n$ such that $X / \delta$ has genus $q$ is called a $(q,n)$-gonal automorphism. Here we study conformal actions on $p$-hyperelliptic Riemann surface with $(q,n)$-gonal automorphism.

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We introduce a notion of resultant of two meromorphic functions on a compact Riemann surface and demonstrate its usefulness in several respects. For example, we exhibit several integral formulas for the resultant, relate it to potential theory and give explicit formulas for the algebraic dependence between two meromorphic functions on a compact Riemann surface. As a particular application, the exponential transform of a quadrature domain in the complex plane is expressed in terms of the resultant of two meromorphic functions on the Schottky double of the domain.

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We give a new estimate on the lower bound for the first Dirichlet eigenvalue for a compact manifold with positive Ricci curvature in terms of the in-diameter and the lower bound of the Ricci curvature. The result improves the previous estimates.

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In this paper, we give a sharp lower bound for the minimum deviation of the Chebyshev polynomial on a compact subset of the real line in terms of the corresponding logarithmic capacity. Especially if the set is the union of several real intervals, together with a lower bound for the logarithmic capacity derived recently by A.Yu.\,Solynin, one has a lower bound for the minimum deviation in terms of elementary functions of the endpoints of the intervals. In addition, analogous results for compact subsets of the unit circle are given.