By I. R. Shafarevich (auth.), I. R. Shafarevich (eds.)
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Iu To establish the exactness of w, one must find a function f E A 0 with df = w. This is called the antiderivative (or primitive) of w. Fix a point PES, and set f(q) = w, where u is any path from p to q. Then f is welldefined precisely when the conditions of the corollary hold for w. We now consider integrals of the form w, where w E A2 and G is a regular region of S. By a regular region on a Riemann surface S, we mean an open subset G c S, whose closure G in S is compact and whose boundary BG consists of a finite number of smooth paths.
V. Shokurov Habitually one takes the underlying real atlas of some analytic atlas on M. This means that the complex coordinate systems (Zl, ... , zn) of this atlas are replaced by the real coordinate systems (x 1 , Yl, ... , x n , Yn), where Zi = Xi + AYi. The proof that these systems have identical orientations rests on the following fact from linear algebra. Let A be the complex n x n-matrix of some C-linear mapping f: cn ~ cn. 2n, whose (real) 2n x 2n-matrix AIR verifies: detAIR = IdetAI 2 (see Kostrikin-Manin ).
10). Corollary 1. For any compact Riemann surface 8 and any finite group G, there exists a finite, normal mapping of Riemann surfaces f: 8 1 ~ 8 with automorphism group Aut f ~ G. Going over to extensions of meromorphic function fields (cf. Corollaries 9 and 11 in Sect. 14), we obtain: Corollary 2. Any field of transcendence degree 1 that is finitely generated over C has a finite normal extension with any preassigned finite Galois group. I. Riemann Surfaces and Algebraic Curves 39 Remark. Corollary 2 solves the functional analogue of the inverse Galois problem.
Algebraic Geometry I: Algebraic Curves, Algebraic Manifolds and Schemes by I. R. Shafarevich (auth.), I. R. Shafarevich (eds.)