This is the curve

We define the higher genus sigma function that is associated with this curve. We then use this to define sets of Abelian functions, including generalisations of the Weierstrass p-function, and Bakers Q-functions. The following paper has been recently published by J Phys A and contains full details of the theory:

M.England and J. C. Eilbeck *Abelian functions associated with a cyclic tetragonal curve of genus six*, J Phys A: Math. Theor.
**42 (2009)** 095210

The final version of the paper can be found here.

This web page doubles as a full Appendix to this paper. Links to the full sets of equations described in the paper can be found below.

We have calculated sigma up to and including C_{59}. These polynomials are given in the text files below as funtions of
{v_{1},v_{2},v_{3},v_{4},v_{5},v_{6}} and the curve constants.

Click on the following file names for the text file containing that polynomial.

- SW.txt. This is the Schur Weierstrass polynomial,
*SW*, which was shown to equal_{45}*C*._{15} - C19.txt
- C23.txt
- C27.txt
- C31.txt
- C35.txt
- C39.txt
- C43.txt
- C47.txt
- C51.txt
- C55.txt
- C59.txt

In Section 5 of the paper we gave Theorem 5.1, and described how we had expanded this result in terms of a local parameter. We then described how we could obtain an infinite set of equations between z,w and the p-functions. We gave the first three in equations (5.1)-(5.3) and mentioned that we had calculated the first 14. These can be found in the following text file, labelled pp1-pp14, with an obvious notation used: zw_eqs.txt.

We used resultants to remove w from pairs of these equations. We then manipulated them to give equations of degree 5 in z. Such equations must be identically zero. The first two such equations were labelled (T1) and (T2) and can be found in the following text files:

We have derived several sets of equations which are satisfied by the Abelian functions associated with *C*. For the precise definitionf of these functions, and the derivation of these relations, please see the paper cited above.

- We have a set of relations that express the 4-index Q-functions. These were discussed in Lemma 7.2 of the paper.

The first few were given in Appendix B, but the following pdf file contains the complete set: Appendix_Full_4iQ.pdf.

The tex file for the pdf is available here: Appendix_Full_4iQ.tex

- We have a set of relations that express the 4-index p-functions. These were discussed in Corollary 7.3 of the paper.

The following pdf file contains the complete set: Appendix_Full_4iP.pdf.

The tex file for the pdf is available here: Appendix_Full_4iP.tex

We also have these relations in the following text file. These were for use in Maple, and so the notation is different, although still obvious: known_4ip.txt.

- We have a set of relations that express the 6-index Q-functions. These were also discussed in Lemma 7.2 of the paper. We have so far derived relations down to weight -41.

The set is contained in the following text file, with the notation designed for use in Maple: known_6iq.txt.

We can substitute the Q-functions for Kleinian p-functions to give the following set of equations for 6-index p-functions. known_6ip.txt.

- We have derived a set of relations bilinear in the 3-index and 3-index p-functions. These were discussed in Proposition 7.4 of the paper: lin.txt.

- We are starting to derive a set of relations that express the product of two 3-index p-functions: known_q.txt.

This page is maintained by Matthew England, Heriot Watt University.