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Division in modules and Kummer theory

@inproceedings{Tronto2021DivisionIM,
  title={Division in modules and Kummer theory},
  author={Sebastiano Tronto},
  year={2021}
}
  • S. Tronto
  • Published 29 November 2021
  • Mathematics
In this work we generalize the concept of injective module and develop a theory of divisibility for modules over a general ring, which provides a general and unified framework to study Kummer-like field extensions arising from commutative algebraic groups. With these tools we provide an effective bound for the degree of the field extensions arising from division points of elliptic curves, extending previous results of Javan Peykar for CM curves and of Lombardo and the author for the non-CM case… 

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