I am interested in plotting contours (and integrals) over the algebraic function ##w^2-(1-z^2)(1-k^2 z^2)=0## on it's normal Riemann surface, a torus. Anyone here interested in helping me with this? I have the basic idea just the details I'm having problems with. Would be a nice educational tool I think.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# I Mapping double cover over a torus

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