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1. CMB Online first

Aulaskari, Rauno; Chen, Huaihui
On classes $Q_p^\#$ for hyperbolic Riemann surfaces
The $Q_p$ spaces of holomorphic functions on the disk, hyperbolic Riemann surfaces or complex unit ball have been studied deeply. Meanwhile, there are a lot of papers devoted to the $Q^\#_p$ classes of meromorphic functions on the disk or hyperbolic Riemann surfaces. In this paper, we prove the nesting property (inclusion relations) of $Q^\#_p$ classes on hyperbolic Riemann surfaces. The same property for $Q_p$ spaces was also established systematically and precisely in earlier work by the authors of this paper.

Keywords:$Q_p^\#$ class, hyperbolic Riemann surface, spherical Dirichlet function,
Categories:30D50, 30F35

2. CMB 2012 (vol 56 pp. 466)

Aulaskari, Rauno; Rättyä, Jouni
Inclusion Relations for New Function Spaces on Riemann Surfaces
We introduce and study some new function spaces on Riemann surfaces. For certain parameter values these spaces coincide with the classical Dirichlet space, BMOA or the recently defined $Q_p$ space. We establish inclusion relations that generalize earlier known inclusions between the above-mentioned spaces.

Keywords:Bloch space, BMOA, $Q_p$, Green's function, hyperbolic Riemann surface
Categories:30F35, 30H25, 30H30

3. CMB 2009 (vol 52 pp. 53)

Cummins, C. J.
Cusp Forms Like $\Delta$
Let $f$ be a square-free integer and denote by $\Gamma_0(f)^+$ the normalizer of $\Gamma_0(f)$ in $\SL(2,\R)$. We find the analogues of the cusp form $\Delta$ for the groups $\Gamma_0(f)^+$.

Categories:11F03, 11F22, 30F35

4. CMB 2002 (vol 45 pp. 36)

Cummins, C. J.
Modular Equations and Discrete, Genus-Zero Subgroups of $\SL(2,\mathbb{R})$ Containing $\Gamma(N)$
Let $G$ be a discrete subgroup of $\SL(2,\R)$ which contains $\Gamma(N)$ for some $N$. If the genus of $X(G)$ is zero, then there is a unique normalised generator of the field of $G$-automorphic functions which is known as a normalised Hauptmodul. This paper gives a characterisation of normalised Hauptmoduls as formal $q$ series using modular polynomials.

Categories:11F03, 11F22, 30F35

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