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May 2008 The role of compactification theory in the type problem
Mitsuru NAKAI
Hokkaido Math. J. 37(2): 279-308 (May 2008). DOI: 10.14492/hokmj/1253539556

Abstract

We are concerned with the type problem for the covering surface $S_{\Gamma}$ or more precisely $(S_{\Gamma},S,\pi_{\Gamma})$ of the base parabolic Riemann surface $S$ with its projection $\pi_{\Gamma}$, where $S_{\Gamma}$ is the infinitely sheeted covering Riemann surface constructed from the sequence of replicas $S_{n}$ of $S$ and the family $\Gamma=\{\gamma_{n}:n \in \Bbb N \}$ of pasting arcs $\gamma_{n} \subset S$ with $\gamma_{n-1} \cap \gamma_{n}=\emptyset\(n \in \Bbb N)$ in such a fashion that $S_{n}\setminus(\gamma_{n-1}\cup\gamma_{n})$ is joined to $S_{n+1}\setminus(\gamma_{n}\cup\gamma_{n+1})$ crosswise along $\gamma_{n}$ for each $n \in \Bbb N$. Here $\Bbb N$ is the set of positive integers and the parabolicity of a surface is characterized by the nonexistence of the Green function on the surface. The central object of this paper is to show by using the theory of Wiener and Royden compactifications that the type of the covering surface $S_{\Gamma}$ is parabolic if the sequence of capacities ${\rm cap}(\gamma_{n},S\setminus\gamma_{0})$ of $\gamma_{n}\in\Gamma$ with respect to the surface $S$ less the arc $\gamma_{0}$ fixed in $S$ disjoint from all other arcs $\gamma_{n}\in\Gamma$ for all sufficiently large $n\in\Bbb N$ converges to zero so rapidly as to satisfy the condition $\sum_{n\in\Bbb N}{\rm cap} (\gamma_{n}, S\setminus\gamma_{0})<+\infty$.

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Mitsuru NAKAI. "The role of compactification theory in the type problem." Hokkaido Math. J. 37 (2) 279 - 308, May 2008. https://doi.org/10.14492/hokmj/1253539556

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Published: May 2008
First available in Project Euclid: 21 September 2009

zbMATH: 1169.30016
MathSciNet: MR2415902
Digital Object Identifier: 10.14492/hokmj/1253539556

Subjects:
Primary: 30F20
Secondary: 30C25, 30F25, 31A15

Rights: Copyright © 2008 Hokkaido University, Department of Mathematics

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