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- M. Bertin, Amy Feaver, Jenny Fuselier, Matilde Laĺın, Michelle Manes
- 2013

We study the Mahler measure of the three-variable Laurent polynomial x+1/x+y+1/y+z+1/z−k where k is a parameter. The zeros of this polynomial define (after desingularization) a family of K3-surfaces. In favorable cases, the K3-surface has Picard number 20, and the Mahler measure is related to its L-function. This was first studied by Marie-José Bertin. In… (More)

- M. Bertin, Matilde Lalín
- 2012

These notes correspond to extended versions of two lectures given by the authors during the BIRS workshop “Women in Numbers 2” at Banff, Canada, 2012 1. Definition of Mahler Measure and Lehmer’s question Looking for large primes, Pierce [Pi17] proposed the following construction. Consider P ∈ Z[x] monic, and write P (x) = ∏

- M. Bertin
- Concours médical
- 1961

- M. Bertin
- Concours médical
- 1960

- André Flory, M. Bertin
- BDA
- 1986

- M. Bertin
- Concours médical
- 1962

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