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Dynamical number of base-points of non base-wandering Jonqui\`eres twists

  title={Dynamical number of base-points of non base-wandering Jonqui\`eres twists},
  author={Julie D'eserti},
We give some properties of the dynamical number of base-points of birational self-maps of P2 C . In particular we give a formula to determine the dynamical number of base-points of non base-wandering Jonquières twists. 



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