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By Rolf-Peter Holzapfel, Muhammed Uludag, M. Yoshida

This quantity contains lecture notes, survey and learn articles originating from the CIMPA summer season tuition mathematics and Geometry round Hypergeometric capabilities held at Galatasaray college, Istanbul, June 13-25, 2005. It covers a variety of subject matters regarding hypergeometric services, hence giving a wide point of view of the cutting-edge within the box.

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This closely reflects the nature of the natural hermitian form on the monodromy group itself. 32. Let a, b, c ∈ R be such that 0 ≤ λ, μ, ν < 1, λ + μ + ν < 1 + 2 min(λ, μ, ν), where λ = |1 − c|, μ = |c − a − b|, ν = |a − b|. Let M be the monodromy group of (2). Then, M is spheric ⇐⇒ λ + μ + ν > 1 M is euclidean ⇐⇒ λ + μ + ν = 1 42 Frits Beukers M is hyperbolic ⇐⇒ λ + μ + ν < 1. Proof. In the case when none of the numbers a, b, c − a, c − b is integral, this statement can already be inferred from the proof of the previous lemma (we get only the hyperbolic and spheric case).

First we look at subgroups generated by reflection in two intersecting geodesics. 25. Let ρ, σ be two geodesics intersecting in a point P with an angle πλ. Let r, s be the reflections in ρ, σ respectively. Then the group D generated by r, s is a dihedral group consisting of rotations (rs)n around P with angles 2nπλ, n ∈ Z and reflections in the lines (rs)n (ρ), (rs)n (σ). In particular D is finite of order 2m if and only if λ = q/m for some q ∈ Z with q = 0 and gcd(m, q) = 1. Furthermore, D is discrete if and only if λ is either zero or a rational number.

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