Division polynomials and intersection of projective torsion points

  title={Division polynomials and intersection of projective torsion points},
  author={Fedor A. Bogomolov and Hang Fu},
  journal={European Journal of Mathematics},
Given two elliptic curves, each of which is associated with a projection map that identifies opposite elements with respect to the natural group structure, we investigate how their corresponding projective images of torsion points intersect. 
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