Curves and their fundamental groups

Gerd Faltings

Séminaire Bourbaki (1997-1998)

  • Volume: 40, page 131-150
  • ISSN: 0303-1179

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Faltings, Gerd. "Curves and their fundamental groups." Séminaire Bourbaki 40 (1997-1998): 131-150. <>.

author = {Faltings, Gerd},
journal = {Séminaire Bourbaki},
keywords = {hyperbolic curve; algebraic fundamental group; étale coverings; -adic Hodge theory},
language = {eng},
pages = {131-150},
publisher = {Société Mathématique de France},
title = {Curves and their fundamental groups},
url = {},
volume = {40},
year = {1997-1998},

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TI - Curves and their fundamental groups
JO - Séminaire Bourbaki
PY - 1997-1998
PB - Société Mathématique de France
VL - 40
SP - 131
EP - 150
LA - eng
KW - hyperbolic curve; algebraic fundamental group; étale coverings; -adic Hodge theory
UR -
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