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Given x, y ∈ G, let (x, y) denote the union of all conjugacy classes of all powers of x, y, x y. In the unmixed case, we call G Beauville if it has two pairs of generators, {x, y} and {u, v}, such that the following holds: (∗) (x, y) ∩ (u, v) = {1} In terms of (unmixed) Beauville surfaces minimally represented as (C1 × C2 )/G where the map Ci → Ci /G = P1 (C) is ramified over 0, 1, ∞ (i = 1, 2), the fact that G is 2-generated is equivalent to it being a quotient of π1 (P1 (C) − {0, 1, ∞}) whilst (∗) is equivalent to G acting freely on C1 × C2 .

1007/978-3-319-13862-6_3 35 36 N. Boston existence of infinite paths through the tree consisting entirely or mostly of Beauville or non-Beauville groups, and the density of Beauville groups among groups of order p n for fixed n as p → ∞. 1 (Unmixed Beauville structure) Let G be a finite group. Given x, y ∈ G, let (x, y) denote the union of all conjugacy classes of all powers of x, y, x y. In the unmixed case, we call G Beauville if it has two pairs of generators, {x, y} and {u, v}, such that the following holds: (∗) (x, y) ∩ (u, v) = {1} In terms of (unmixed) Beauville surfaces minimally represented as (C1 × C2 )/G where the map Ci → Ci /G = P1 (C) is ramified over 0, 1, ∞ (i = 1, 2), the fact that G is 2-generated is equivalent to it being a quotient of π1 (P1 (C) − {0, 1, ∞}) whilst (∗) is equivalent to G acting freely on C1 × C2 .

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