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- Amnon Besser, Rob de Jeu
- Math. Comput.
- 2008

We describe an algorithm for computing Coleman's p-adic poly-logarithms up to a given precision. © 2007 American Mathematical Society.

We construct families of hyperelliptic curves over Q of arbitrary genus g with (at least) g integral elements in K2. We also verify the Beilinson conjectures about K2 numerically for several curves… (More)

- Rob de Jeu
- 2000

Let X/Q be a smooth projective (but not necessariy geometrically irreducible) variety, and let χ be a flat proper model of X over Z. Then the image of the map
$${{K'}_{*}}(\chi ) \otimes Q \to… (More)

We formulate a conjectural p-adic analogue of Borel’s theorem relating regulators for higher K-groups of number fields to special values of the corresponding ζ-functions, using syntomic regulators… (More)

- Amnon Besser, Rob de Jeu
- 2001

We define complexes analogous to Goncharov's complexes for the K-theory of discrete valuation rings of characteristic zero. Under suitable assumptions in K-theory, there is a map from the cohomology… (More)

We describe an algorithm to compute the zeta-function of a proper, smooth curve over a finite field, when the curve is given together with some auxiliary data. Our method is based on computing the… (More)

- Rob de Jeu
- 1998

In this paper we study the group K (n+1) 2n (F ) where F is the function field of a complete, smooth, geometrically irreducible curve C over a number field, assuming the Beilinson–Soulé conjecture on… (More)

- Rob de Jeu
- 2000

In this paper we study the group K2n(n+1)(F) where F is the function field of a complete, smooth, geometrically irreducible curve C over a number field, assuming the Beilinson–Soule conjecture on… (More)

- Rob de Jeu
- 2008

- Rob de Jeu
- 1998

In this paper we study the group K_{2n}^{(n+1)}(F) where F is the function field of a complete, smooth, geometrically irreducible curve C over a number field, assuming the Beilinson--Soul\'e… (More)