# Logarithmic Forms and Diophantine Geometry

@inproceedings{Baker2008LogarithmicFA, title={Logarithmic Forms and Diophantine Geometry}, author={Alan Baker and Gisbert W{\"u}stholz}, year={2008} }

Preface. 1. Transcendence origins 2. Logarithmic forms 3. Diophantine problems 4. Commutative algebraic groups 5. Multiplicity estimates 6. The analytic subgroup theorem 7. The quantitative theory 8. Further aspects of Diophantine geometry Bibliography Index.

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