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Embedding of fields in central simple algebras over number fields
Thanks this helps! |
Nov
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asked | Embedding of fields in central simple algebras over number fields |
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29 |
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From an eigenfom with $\mathbf{Q}$-coefficients to $j$-invariants
I think the question is there. I agree that's somewhat vague. I will soon retire it. |
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From an eigenfom with $\mathbf{Q}$-coefficients to $j$-invariants
Thank you all for your answers. I guess what I had in mind was a characterization of $J_f$ starting from $f$, and not necessarily a concrete procedure to calculate $J_f$. |
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asked | From an eigenfom with $\mathbf{Q}$-coefficients to $j$-invariants |
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A good reference for uniformization theorem for compact and non-compact Riemann surface
Did you try Markushevich, Theory of functions of a complex variable? There you can find a proof of the theorem that any open simply connected subset of $P^1(C)$ whose complement has at least two points is biholomorphic to the disc (at least the proof was there in the italian version). |
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Have we ever proved any non-solvable case of reciprocity without the Langlands program ?
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Nov
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answered | Have we ever proved any non-solvable case of reciprocity without the Langlands program ? |
Nov
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Is the unit tangent bundle of $S^{n}$ parallelizable?
I thought the tangent bundle $TS^n$ is parallelizable if and only if $n\in\{1;3;7\}$. For $n$ even you won't even find a nowhere vanishing vector field on $S^n$! |
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answered | $j$-invariants of elliptic curves over finite fields |
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Why are torsion points dense in an abelian variety?
If p>0, and assuming A ordinary, then the p-power torsion points of A(k) should also be Zariski dense in A, if I'm right. |
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accepted | Behavior of duality under pull-back |