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By Eberhard Freitag

The booklet offers an entire presentation of complicated research, beginning with the idea of Riemann surfaces, together with uniformization idea and a close therapy of the idea of compact Riemann surfaces, the Riemann-Roch theorem, Abel's theorem and Jacobi's inversion theorem. This motivates a quick advent into the idea of numerous complicated variables, by means of the speculation of Abelian features as much as the theta theorem. The final a part of the e-book offers an creation into the idea of upper modular functions.

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This construction gives an arbitrarily small U in the sense that, for a given neighborhood W of a, we can ﬁnd U such that a ∈ U ⊂ W . 17 Remark. Let f : X → Y be a nonconstant analytic map of a connected Riemann surface X into a Riemann surface Y . Let a ∈ X be a point and let b = f (a) be its image. There exist analytic charts ϕ : U −→ E, a ∈ U ⊂ X, ψ : V −→ E, b ∈ V ⊂ Y, f (U ) = V, and a natural number n such that the diagram U ϕ f V ψ /E _q /E qn commutes (ψ(f (x)) = ϕ(x)n ). For the proof, we can assume that X and Y are open subsets of C and that a = b = 0.

Simple Examples of Riemann Surfaces To deﬁne a Riemann surface, one has to ﬁnd an analytic atlas A on a topological surface X. Let U ⊂ X be an open subset of a Riemann surface X = (X, A) and let ϕ : Uϕ → Vφ be a chart on X. We can then consider the restricted chart ∼ ϕ|U : U ∩ Uϕ −→ ϕ(U ∩ Uϕ ). 18 I. Riemann Surfaces Obviously, the set A|U := {ϕ|U ; ϕ ∈ A} is an analytic atlas on U and thus provides U with a structure in the form of a Riemann surface. Of course, the class [A|U ] depends only on the class [A].

6 Proposition. 5. The ε-neighborhoods Uε (a, P ) are open. The natural projection p : R → C gives a topological map Uε (a, P ) −→ Uε (a). Corollary. The natural projection p : R −→ C is locally topological. ) 30 I. 6). The space R is Hausdorﬀ. Proof. Let (a, P ), (b, Q) be function elements. First case. a = b. We choose ε > 0 smaller than |a − b| and smaller than the radii of convergence of P and Q. Then, trivially, Uε (a, P ) ∩ Uε (b, Q) = ∅. Second case. a = b but P = Q. We choose ε smaller than the radii of convergence of P and Q and again obtain disjoint neighborhoods.