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Skeletal signatures were introduced in Anderson and Wootton (see ) as a tool to describe the space of all signatures with which a group can act on a surface of genusσ ≥ 2.In the present paper, we provide an essentially complete description of the regular gaps that appear in the space of skeletal signatures, together with proofs of those parts of the conjectures posed in Anderson and Wootton (see ) related to these regular gaps.
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Riemann surface, Automorphism, Signature, Mapping class group, Skeletal signature
Mappings (Mathematics); Science--Mathematics
Citation: Pilot Scholars Version (Modified MLA Style)
Anderson, James W. and Wootton, Aaron, "Gaps in the space of skeletal signatures" (2014). Mathematics Faculty Publications and Presentations. Paper 10.