2000 Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary 20F55, 13F20; Secondary 14L30.
We construct invariant polynomials for the reflection groups
[3, 4, 3] and [3, 3, 5] by using some special sets of lines on the quadric P1 × P1
in P3. Then we give a simple proof of the well known fact that the ring of
invariants are rationally generated in degree 2,6,8,12 and 2,12,20,30.

This paper deals with surfaces with many lines. It is well-known that a cubic contains $27$ of them and that the maximal number for a quartic is $64$. In higher degree the question remains open. Here we study classical and new constructions of surfaces with high number of lines. We obtain a symmetric octic with $352$ lines, and give examples of surfaces of degree $d$ containing a sequence of $d(d-2)+4$ skew lines.

The quotient singularities of dimensions two and three obtained from polyhedral groups and the corresponding binary polyhedral groups admit natural resolutions of singularities as Hilbert schemes of regular orbits whose exceptional fibres over the origin reveal similar properties. We construct a morphism between these two resolutions, contracting exactly the excess part of the exceptional fibre. This construction is motivated by the study of some pencils of K3 surfaces appearing as minimal resolutions...

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