Introduction to Arakelov theory by Serge Lang

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StatementSerge Lang.
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LC ClassificationsQA242.5 .L36 1988
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Paginationx, 187 p. :
Number of Pages187
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Open LibraryOL2039456M
ISBN 100387967931
LC Control Number88015952

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For this reason, Arakelov theory (intersection theory on arithmetic surfaces) occupies a prominent place in.Chapter 4. Short introduction to heights and Arakelov theory 79 Heights on Q and Q 79 Heights on projective spaces and on varieties 81 The Arakelov perspective on height functions 85 Arithmetic Riemann-Roch and intersection theory on arithmetic surfaces 88 Chapter 5.

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