The Decomposition of Primes in Torsion Point Fields by Clemens Adelmann

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  • Algebraic Geometry,
  • Fields & rings,
  • Number Theory,
  • Ideals (Algebra),
  • Algebraic Number Theory,
  • Mathematics,
  • Torsion theory (Algebra),
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Algebra - General,
  • General,
  • Mathematics / Number Theory,
  • Geometry - Algebraic,
  • Decomposition (Mathematics)

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Lecture Notes in Mathematics

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Number of Pages142
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ISBN 103540420355
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Pages I-V. PDF. Introduction. Pages Decomposition Laws. Pages Elliptic Curves. Pages Elliptic Modular Curves. Pages Torsion Point Fields. Pages Invariants and. The Decomposition of Primes in Torsion Point Fields.

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Torsion Point Fields -- The Groups GL(2,n) -- Subfields of k(E[subscript n]) -- Defining Polynomials of Subfields of k(E[subscript n]) -- Decomposition in 2- and 3-Torsion Point Fields -- Decomposition in 4-Torsion Point Fields -- Decomposition in p[superscript m]-Torsion Point.

Decomposition in 2- and 3-Torsion Point Fields Decomposition in 4-Torsion Point Fields Decomposition in p[superscript m]-Torsion Point Fields Invariants and Resolvent Polynomials Foundations of Galois Theory Procedure for the Description of Subfields Invariant Algebras Application to 4-Torsion.

5 Torsion Point Fields Decomposition in 2- and 3-Torsion Point Fields Throughout this section, let k be an algebraic number field and E an elliptic curve defined over k, given by the equation y 2 = x3 +ax+b with discriminant ∆ = −16(4a3 + 27b2) and j-invariant j = − 33 a3 /∆.

Cite this chapter as: () Torsion Point Fields. In: Adelmann C. (eds) The Decomposition of Primes in Torsion Point Fields. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, vol We investigate the decomposition of prime ideals in non-abelian extensions of number fields.

These fields are generated by the coordinates of torsion points of elliptic curves without complex multiplications. We explain the necessary prerequisites from the theory of elliptic curves, modular forms, algebraic number theory, and invariant theory. Cite this chapter as: () Decomposition Laws.

In: Adelmann C. (eds) The Decomposition of Primes in Torsion Point Fields. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, vol   Cite this chapter as: () Elliptic Curves. In: Adelmann C. (eds) The Decomposition of Primes in Torsion Point Fields. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, vol Decomposition of primes in torsion point fields.

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[Clemens Adelmann] -- We investigate the decomposition of prime ideals in non-abelian extensions of number fields. These fields are generated by the coordinates of torsion points of elliptic curves without complex.

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Let K n be the The Decomposition of Primes in Torsion Point Fields book defined by adjoining the x-coordinate of an n-torsion point of E. If any of the above hypotheses holds, then K 3 is monogenic with a generator given by a root of T 4 − 6T 2. The Decomposition of Primes in Torsion Point Fields.

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Otherwise, take a random element from the field as x-coordinate and compute the possible y-coordinates. Return the i’th possible y-coordinate, where i is randomly chosen to be 0 or 1.

If the i’th y-coordinate does not exist (either there is no point with the given x-coordinate or we hit a 2-torsion point with i == 1), try again.

Let p ≡ 2 (mod 3) be an odd prime. Assume that E has a K-rational torsion point P 1 of order p. Then either K p = K (ζ p) or K p = K (y 2). We are now ready to prove the equality appearing in the title of this section.

Theorem If m ⩾ 4 and K m = K (x 1, ζ m, y 1, y 2), then we have K m = K (x 1, ζ m, y 2) (in particular this holds. from K. Moreover, if d= e3, there is a 3-torsion point on Q(√ −3e) which, except when eis a square, is different from K.

– Case f6= 1. There are 3-torsion points in the field Q(√ d). Except for d= −3 this quadratic field is different from K. Remark: p= 3 is the only odd prime where there are p-torsion. This is because its zero-point energy is great enough to allow it to remain as a liquid, even if a very cold one.

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More precisely, there are six "Olson groups" which arise as torsion subgroups of CM elliptic curves over number fields of every degree, and there are precisely 17 "non-Olson" CM elliptic curves. We prove that the prime torsion in the local integral intersection cohomology of Schubert varieties in the flag variety of the general linear group grows exponentially in the rank.

The idea of the proof is to find a highly singular point in a Schubert variety and calculate the Euler class of the normal bundle to the (miraculously smooth) fibre. is a nonzero integral ideal since it is a product of nonzero integral ideals. Since we have the numerator of the rightmost expression in is divisiblebecause is coprime to, each is coprime to as well.

Thus is coprime the denominator of the rightmost expression in () must also be divisibly by in order to cancel the in the numerator. Decomposition-based index calculus methods are currently efficient only for elliptic curves E defined over non-prime finite fields of very small extension degree n.

using a 2-torsion point in. We will refer to this field extension as the n-th partial torsion field. When n is an odd prime, it is the field of definition of the x-coordinate or T-coordinate of a single point of order n, which is generically of degree (n 2 − 1) / 2.

Description. In physics, a field is an assignment of a quantity (vector, tensor, or spinor) to every point of the space containing word "torsion" refers to any variable that describestorsion fields (i.e., fields of any physical value reasonably described as "torsion") do exist in established physics aside from in this pseudoscientific case, where the terms have been.

The residue field of a prime ideal of a cyclotomic number field 2 Description of the decomposition and the inertia group in terms of the product $\mathbb{Z}^*_{p^k}\times \mathbb{Z}^*_n $.

plement of B has no Giroux torsion. We extend this to any open book decomposition, with no assumption on the number of binding components, by proving the following result. Theorem Let (B;ˇ) be an open book decomposition of a contact 3{manifold (Y;˘), then the complement of the binding Bhas no Giroux torsion.

descent via isogeny on elliptic curves which have a rational torsion point of order N (by V. Flynn and C. Grattoni). torsion over number fields, isogeny graphs, divisors, Vélu formulae (by François Brunault). 2-descent over number fields.

Works quite well for fields of degree less than 3, and is well suited for handling several quadratic. The theorem is effective: for d > 1, if a torsion point is of order p, with p prime, then p field K, x and y the Weierstrass coordinates. In mathematics, in the field of abstract algebra, the structure theorem for finitely generated modules over a principal ideal domain is a generalization of the fundamental theorem of finitely generated abelian groups and roughly states that finitely generated modules over a principal ideal domain can be uniquely decomposed in much the same way that integers have a prime factorization.

The torsion elements of the multiplicative group of a field are its roots of unity. In the modular group, Γ obtained from the group SL(2, Z) of two by two integer matrices with unit determinant by factoring out its center, any nontrivial torsion element either has order two.

Let be a point of the elliptic curve over a field of even characteristic with a point at infinity. Then and the formula for doubling a point is is a 3-torsion point if and only if ; that is. To find the 3-torsion points we set or. If the equation has four roots, say, and, then where.

Now we find two of the 3-torsion points of. Let be any square-free product of distinct primes satisfying. Then, for any positive integer, we can construct a subfield of such that. As we will see in Section 4, the field in Theorem 1 is effectively computable from the decomposition of the primes in, where denotes a primitive cube root of unity.

More formally, for a given prime p, the field Q p of p-adic numbers is a completion of the rational field Q p is also given a topology derived from a metric, which is itself derived from the p-adic order, an alternative valuation on the rational numbers.

This metric space is complete in the sense that every Cauchy sequence converges to a point in Q p. In cryptography, FourQ is an elliptic curve developed by Microsoft is designed for key agreements schemes (elliptic curve Diffie-Hellman) and digital signatures (), and offers about bits of is equipped with a reference implementation made by the authors of the original paper.

The open source implementation is called FourQlib and runs on Windows and Linux and is. In particular, by the Chobotarev density theorem, E has no non-trivial rational 2-torsion point if and only if P E, 0 is nonempty.

This is in fact the main reason why we need the condition on 2-torsion points in Theorem Definition Let v be a place of Q.

The unit equation has no solutions in number fields of degree prime to 3 where 3 splits completely. Nicholas Triantafillou arXiv New Rank Records For Elliptic Curves Having Rational Torsion.

Noam D. Elkies, Zev Klagsbrun arXiv Effective. Equivalently, we can say that there are infinitely many elliptic curves E over quadratic number fields K that have a K-rational 7-torsion point and a K-rational 3-isogeny. As by [25, Theorem ] the curve X 1 (21) is known not to have any quadratic points outside the cusps, the underlying 3-torsion point cannot be K-rational.In this lecture, we begin the proof of Mazur's theorem: if $N$ is a prime greater than 7 and not 13 then no elliptic curve over $\bQ$ has a rational point of order $N$.

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