Groups Complexity Cryptology
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A Hurwitz group is any non-trivial finite quotient of the (2, 3, 7) triangle group, that is, any non-trivial finite group generated by elements x and y satisfying x 2 = y 3 = (xy)7 = 1. Every such group G is the conformal automorphism group of some compact Riemann surface of genus g > 1, with the property that |G| = 84(g – 1), which is the maximum possible order for given genus g. This paper provides an update on what is known about Hurwitz groups and related matters, following up the author's brief survey in Bull. Amer. Math. Soc.23 (1990).
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