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accepted Reference Request: Conductors of Twists of Hyperelliptic Curves
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comment Reference Request: Conductors of Twists of Hyperelliptic Curves
@eric Thanks! Could you post your comment as an answer so that I can accept it?
Oct
22
revised Reference Request: Conductors of Twists of Hyperelliptic Curves
changed question to reflect that the conductor of the Jacobian is the conductor of interest
Oct
22
comment Reference Request: Conductors of Twists of Hyperelliptic Curves
@eric and Felipe I am ultimately interested in the conductor of the Jacobian, so I can edit the question to reflect that. Again, though, I would really like to have a reference.
Oct
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comment Reference Request: Conductors of Twists of Hyperelliptic Curves
That makes sense, but I'd still like a reference.
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accepted Explicit period lattices for abelian surfaces
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comment Explicit period lattices for abelian surfaces
OK. I edited it to not imply that I have a projective model. Formally applying Weil restriction, I get the surface as the intersection of two affine varieties.
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revised Explicit period lattices for abelian surfaces
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comment Explicit period lattices for abelian surfaces
This is explicit: The Weil restriction of an elliptic curve over a quadratic extension is an abelian surface. Restriction of scalars of the ideal of the curve gives two equations in four variables. I'm not an algebraic geometer, but I think that makes it a complete intersection.
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asked Explicit period lattices for abelian surfaces
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comment an engineering Ph.D. teaching math in college
Just saw your comment, Keith. I guess you already knew all of these things. I do think that a phone call beats an email for getting in touch with potential employers. Anyway, good luck to your friend!
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answered an engineering Ph.D. teaching math in college
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