Comparing local constants of ordinary elliptic curves in dihedral extensions

@inproceedings{Chetty2016ComparingLC,
  title={Comparing local constants of ordinary elliptic curves in dihedral extensions},
  author={Sunil Chetty},
  year={2016}
}
We establish, for a substantial class of elliptic curves, that the arithmetic local constants introduced by Mazur and Rubin agree with quotients of analytic root numbers. 
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