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On the other hand, c is not a 2-cell embedding of the double torus because one “face” is not homeomorphic to an open disc. Using the axiomatization, one would find that the surface should be a torus in this case. It is also observed that d is not a 2-cell embedding in the double torus because the two loops which are incident with corner points of the polygonal representation actually cross. 3. Notice that there is a question mark at the top right hand corner, where the number of rootings should appear.
Cµ |χθµ pµ µ n 1 2n n! 2 Genus series for rooted hypermaps in orientable and locally orientable surfaces The generating series that are given are for rooted hypermaps in orientable and locally orientable surfaces, for they can be specialized to give the generating series for maps in orientable and locally orientable surfaces. There is an axiomatization for hypermaps, but it is not needed in its explicit form for the construction of the Atlas, so it is excluded from the discussion. Let h(ν, φ, η; 0) and h(ν, φ, η; 1) be the numbers of hypermaps in orientable and locally orientable surfaces, respectively, with vertex partition ν, hyperface partition φ and hyperedge partition η.
This Introduction to the Atlas is therefore concluded with a discussion of these conjectures and the role served by the Atlas in their study. Although the conjectures are of interest from a purely combinatorial point of view, they also appear to have an impact on substantial questions that arise outside the field of combinatorics. Brief comments are made on the nature of these interconnexions. The algebraic property that lies behind the Quadrangulation Conjecture is a simple linear functional relationship between the genus series for rooted quadrangulations and all rooted maps.