Arithmetic of algebraic curves by Serguei A. Stepanov

By Serguei A. Stepanov

Writer S.A. Stepanov completely investigates the present nation of the idea of Diophantine equations and its comparable tools. Discussions concentrate on mathematics, algebraic-geometric, and logical facets of the challenge. Designed for college kids in addition to researchers, the publication contains over 250 excercises followed via tricks, directions, and references. Written in a transparent demeanour, this article doesn't require readers to have designated wisdom of contemporary equipment of algebraic geometry.

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