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By A.I. Markushevich

The idea of Abelian features, which was once on the middle of nineteenth-century arithmetic, is back attracting consciousness. even if, this present day it truly is usually visible not only as a bankruptcy of the overall thought of capabilities yet as a space of program of the tips and strategies of commutative algebra. This e-book offers an exposition of the basics of the idea of Abelian capabilities in response to the equipment of the classical thought of features. This idea comprises the speculation of elliptic features as a unique case. one of the subject matters lined are theta features, Jacobians, and Picard forms. the writer has aimed the booklet essentially at intermediate and complicated graduate scholars, however it may even be available to the start graduate scholar or complex undergraduate who has a great heritage in capabilities of 1 complicated variable. This publication will turn out specifically valuable to people who will not be conversant in the analytic roots of the topic. additionally, the specified historic creation cultivates a deep knowing of the topic. Thorough and self-contained, the booklet will supply readers with a great supplement to the standard algebraic procedure.

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In the latter case ϕ+ ◦ g ◦ (ϕ+ )−1 = g, so (b) follows. For a pair of polynomials ϕ = (u, v) we let deg ϕ = max{deg u, deg v} . 5. 6. Assume as before that 1 ≤ e < d and gcd(d, e) = 1. Then the following hold. ± . (a) ϕ(¯ 0) = ¯ 0 ∀ϕ ∈ Nd,e ± ± ∩ Aff(A2 ) = Nd,e = (b) Nd,e B±, e = 1, T, e > 1. (c) Let ϕ be as in (7) and (8), respectively. Assume that ϕ± ∈ T. Then deg ϕ+ ≥ e and deg ϕ− ≥ e , where 1 ≤ e < d and ee ≡ 1 mod d. 1. 7. Let C be a smooth, polynomial curve in A2 parameterized via t −→ (u(t), v(t)), where u, v ∈ tC[t].

Ta,b . Proof of claim 5. For any γ ∈ Γ there exists t ∈ C× such that γ|C = −1 (t) ∈ Γ0 = {id} and so γ = γa,b (t) ∈ Ta,b . γa,b (t)|C. 12. 14 below the structure of the stabilizer Stab(C) for reduced (but possibly reducible) acyclic plane curves C of the remaining types (VI) and (V), respectively. 13. Let C be an acyclic curve of type (VI) given by equation (2), where r ≥ 1 and gcd(a, b) = 1. If min{a, b} > 1 then Stab(C) is a quasitorus of rank 1 contained in the maximal torus T. Proof. Let C i = {y a − κi xb = 0}, i = 1, .

C i ⊆ p−1 (κi ). 3 it would be equivalent to a curve Ca,b = {y a − xb = 0}, where min{a, b} > 1. For c = 0 the Euler characteristic of the fiber y a − xb = c is negative. Hence this fiber cannot carry a curve with Euler characteristic 1. This leads to a contradiction, because d > 1 by our assumption. Thus the curve C 1 is smooth. It follows that every fiber of p is isomorphic to A1 . Hence there is an automorphism δ ∈ Aut(A2 ) sending the curves C i to the lines y = κi with distinct ki , where κ1 = 1.

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