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Go to the atlas page. Actual version of census is 2.0. Last modification 1 August 2019.

The webpage contains an original computational output based on the joint work by R. Nedela, J. Karabáš and M. Skyvová: the list of isomorphism classes of edge-transitive maps on the orientable surfaces of genus \(g>1\). The paragraph became too long for this page, so you can continue reading this story here…

The paragraph about the census of actions of discrete groups became too long and I decided to move it into the separate sub-page dedicated to this topic only. To read about the census, click here...

Here is the complete census of Archimedean maps of genera from two
to four. Presented data are based on the newest revision my paper
"Archimedean solids of higher genera" which I wrote with Roman
Nedela. BCK classification is the listing of classes of Archimedean
maps with regard to the paper "Two infinite families of Archimedean
maps of higher genera"^{*}.

^{*}the work was done in collaboration with Dept. of
Mathematics, University of Aveiro, Portugal The census of
Archimedean maps follows

Please read the description of the format of the text form of catalogues presented here. The Magma internal format may be useful for people which may want to track the computations which led to the catalogues. The list of representalives of isomorphism classes is added. This list is more convenient for working with than the full output catalogue.

- Karabáš, J., and Nedela, R.,
*Archimedean maps of higher genera*, Math. Comp.**81**(2012), 569-583. - Breda d'Azevedo, A., Catalano, A. D., and
Karabáš, J.,
*Two infinite families of Archimedean maps of higher genera*(accepted in Ars Combinatoria).

Thanks to e-mail communication with Timothy Walsh, Roman Nedela and
Alexander Mednykh I decided to publish a long list of actions of
cyclic groups on orientable surfaces. The result is of crucial
importance in map and graph enumeration problems. The procedure for
obtaining the result is quite simple. The classification procedure
is based on a result of Harvey: "The maximal order n of a cyclic group acting over an orientable
surface is bounded; n<=4g + 2, where g is genus of the surface". Another important
fact can be stated as: "The set of branch indexes of the respective
orbifold should have the elimination property, if group acting on
the surface is abelian". The elimination property reads as follows:
LCM(m_{1},m_{2},...,m_{r})
of branch indexes m_{1},m_{2},...,m_{r}
equals LCM(m_{1},m_{2},...,m_{i-1},m_{i+1},...,m_{r})
for every i in 1..r.
The numbers of actions of a cyclic group **Z**_{n}
are determined in terms of numbers Epi_{O}(π_{1}(O), **Z**_{n})
of order-preserving epimorphisms from a Fuchsian group π_{1}(O)
onto
a cyclic group **Z**_{n}, where π_{1}(O)
is an
orbifold fundamental group of an orbifold O. Since
π_{1}(O) is a Fuchsian group, it can be
expressed as a group with signature (γ; {m_{1},m_{2},…,m_{r}}).
Combining these facts and employing (my) Magma program I have
obtained useful tool and the list of actions of cyclic groups on
surfaces of genera from 1 to 101 is included here. The program can be used
for higher genera as well.

I have prepared the result in semi-colon separated form (raw ASCII text file). This list of coverings may be useful for direct use in computer; it is still human-readable. You can download the file here. The census formatted for reading is below. Be careful, documents may be quite long -- the last one has 4006 pages:)

Genera 1..10 | Genera 11..20 | Genera 21..30 | Genera 31..40 | Genera 41..50 |

Genera 51..60 | Genera 61..70 | Genera 71..80 | Genera 81..90 | Genera 91..101 |

I have no plan to continue with generating higher genera. The
correctness of the census was independently checked by T. Walsh up
to genus 9 (probably he may continue to g=27). If you will discover
any problem in lists, please contact me **immediately**. Please
cite this page when using these results in your scientific projects.
Thank you.

- Bujalance, E., Etayo, J. J., Gamboa, J. M., and Gromadzki, G., Automorphism groups of compact bordered Klein surfaces, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1990.
- Cannon, J. J., and Bosma, W. (Eds.) Handbook of Magma Functions, Edition 2.15 (2009).
- Mednykh, A., and Nedela, R.,
*Enumeration of unrooted maps of a given genus*, J. Combin. Theory Ser. B**96**(2006), 706 - 729.

Here you can find full text of my PhD thesis including an explanatory appendix by V. Easson, concerning Thurston's Symmetrization Theorem.

- 3-Manifolds with Heegaard Genus at Most Two, PhD. thesis
- Errata to the thesis
- Geometrization of 3-manifolds with Heegaard genus two, appendix to thesis, originally published by V. Easson