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comment moduli interpretations for modular curves
Great! Do you have a text or sides?
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answered moduli interpretations for modular curves
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comment Motivating mathematics(particularly algebraic number theory) through historical problems
I found the books H.M. Edward:"Fermat's Last Theorem", Cox: "Primes of the Form x²+ny²" and Cohn: "Introduction to the construction of Class Fields" very nice and good.
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comment Is there a “crash-course” book on Abelian varieties (e.g., an introduction for physicists)?
@Koushik: I too find some among Lang's books not recommendable, but this one is in my opinion very well written. It was my first encounter with abelian functions and abelian varieties and I enjoyed it very much.
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comment New Geometric Methods in Number Theory and Automorphic Forms
But this has nothing to do with Langland's speculations ( publications.ias.edu/rpl/paper/2578 ), or - in view of the in his talk expected motivic context - has it?
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reviewed Approve Why is there such a close resemblance between the unitary representation theory of the Virasoro algebra and that of the Temperley-Lieb algebra?