By Gisbert Wüstholz

ISBN-10: 0511063903

ISBN-13: 9780511063909

ISBN-10: 0521807999

ISBN-13: 9780521807999

Alan Baker's sixtieth birthday in August 1999 provided a fantastic chance to arrange a convention at ETH Zurich with the aim of offering the state-of-the-art in quantity conception and geometry. a few of the leaders within the topic have been introduced jointly to provide an account of analysis within the final century in addition to speculations for attainable extra study. The papers during this quantity disguise a huge spectrum of quantity idea together with geometric, algebrao-geometric and analytic points. This quantity will entice quantity theorists, algebraic geometers, and geometers with a bunch theoretic heritage. in spite of the fact that, it is going to even be useful for mathematicians (in specific examine scholars) who're drawn to being proficient within the nation of quantity idea initially of the twenty first century and in attainable advancements for the long run.

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However, the dependence in Vi , 1 ≤ i ≤ k) of our estimate is weaker than that of Philippon & Waldschmidt (1988), by a factor log log V1 . 3 Key estimate for the reﬁnement We now present two propositions, one analytic and the other arithmetic. They allow us to remove the (log log B)k+1 factor in David (1995), Hirata-Kohno (1991): they concern indeed an estimate of the height at the origin of derivatives of a polynomial in elliptic functions. 32 Sinnou David & Noriko Hirata-Kohno Let us consider a variable change that is based upon the formal group of the elliptic curves.

U k when E1 = · · · = Ek , provided that ℘ := ℘1 = · · · = ℘k has CM over K: if u 1 , . . , u k are linearly independent over K, then 1, u 1 , . . , u k are linearly independent over Q (see Chapter 7 with Appendix 3 of Masser 1975a). This was extended in 1980, to the non-CM case by D. Bertrand and Masser: suppose that ℘ has no CM and that u 1 , . . , u k are linearly independent over Q. Then 1, u 1 , . . , u k are linearly independent over Q (see Bertrand & Masser 1980a). Generalizations in the abelian case were treated by Schneider (1941) for abelian integrals, more generally by Lang and by Masser (see Lang 1964, Masser 1975b, Lang 1975a, Masser 1976a, b).

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