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The involution T 6 Ker(Aut(Y)-~O(E)) used to compute that Aut(X) is DE, 8 [B-P] . nice to surfaces know given groups. explicitly by Although the stratification the configurations this is quite of the of nodal curves unknown at present, Enriques surface approachable. Very recently determining with covering Aut(X) A_+ = {$_+ 6S_+: ~¥ES¥ ] C S K = [A Then Nikulin up involution S+ = {c 6 P i c y : [A sublattice of in its b r a n c h Aut(Y) should space X second dihedral g r o u p moduli ten The other family is obtained example in It X = Y/~ is the minimal desingularisation for very explicitly.

Ann. Cossec, F. Reye congruences To appear in Trans. AMS n the symmetric 56 C3 Cossec, F. On Enriques surfaces Preprint D Dieudonn~, J. La g~om4trie des g r o u p e s c l a s s i q u e s Erg. d. Math. F. 5, S p r i n g e r (1955) Do Dolgachev, I. On automorphisms of E n r i q u e s s u r f a c e s H H i r z e b r u c h , F. T o p o l o g i c a l Methods in A l g e b r a i c Geometry Grundlehren 131, S p r i n g e r (1966) Ho I H o r i k a w a , E. On the p e r i o d s of E n r i q u e s s u r f a c e s I Math.

Preprint. V. On Kummer s u r f a c e s T r a n s l . to E n g l i s h : Math. USSR-Izv. V. Finite Automorphism groups of k~hler K3-surfaces. Trans. Moscow. Math. Soc. , Shafarevich, I. A Torelli theorem for algebraic surfaces of type K3. Transl. to English: Math. USSR-Izv. 5, 547-588 (1971) Se i Segre, B. 4 4 4 4 The quartic surface Xl+X2+X3+X 4 = 0 Proc. Camb. Phil. Soc. 40, 121-145 (1943) Se 2 Segre, B. The m a x i m u m number of lines lying on a quartic surface Oxf. Quart. J. 14, 86-96 (1943) Se 3 Segre, B.