By Marc Hindry
This is an advent to diophantine geometry on the complex graduate point. The e-book features a facts of the Mordell conjecture on the way to make it particularly appealing to graduate scholars mathematicians. In every one a part of the publication, the reader will locate a number of exercises.
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