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Blaschke product; covering surface; covering transformation; fundamental domain; Cantor set
It is known that, under very general conditions, Blaschke products generate branched covering surfaces of the Riemann sphere. We are presenting here a method of finding fundamental domains of such coverings and we are studying the corresponding groups of covering transformations.
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