The canonical height and integral points on elliptic curves.

J.H. Silverman; M. Hindry

Inventiones mathematicae (1988)

  • Volume: 93, Issue: 2, page 419-450
  • ISSN: 0020-9910; 1432-1297/e

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Silverman, J.H., and Hindry, M.. "The canonical height and integral points on elliptic curves.." Inventiones mathematicae 93.2 (1988): 419-450. <http://eudml.org/doc/143604>.

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Citations in EuDML Documents

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  1. E. Fouvry, M. Nair, G. Tenenbaum, L'ensemble exceptionnel dans la conjecture de Szpiro
  2. Mohamed Krir, Minorant de la dérivée au point 1 de la fonction L attachée à une courbe elliptique de Weil
  3. Rick Miranda, Ulf Persson, Torsion groups of elliptic surfaces
  4. Abderrahmane Nitaj, Détermination de courbes elliptiques pour la conjecture de Szpiro
  5. Dorian Goldfeld, Lucien Szpiro, Bounds for the order of the Tate-Shafarevich group
  6. J. Gebel, A. Pethő, H. G. Zimmer, Computing integral points on elliptic curves
  7. Fabien Pazuki, Remarques sur une conjecture de Lang
  8. Joseph H. Silverman, Lehmer’s conjecture for polynomials satisfying a congruence divisibility condition and an analogue for elliptic curves
  9. Sinnou David, Minorations de hauteurs sur les variétés abéliennes
  10. Joseph Oesterlé, Nouvelles approches du «théorème» de Fermat

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