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On the generalisation of Roth's theorem

@inproceedings{Dolce2021OnTG,
  title={On the generalisation of Roth's theorem},
  author={Paolo Dolce and Francesco Zucconi},
  year={2021}
}
We present two possible generalisations of Roth’s approximation theorem on proper adelic curves, assuming some technical conditions on the behavior of the logarithmic absolute values. We illustrate how tightening such assumptions makes our inequalities stronger. As special cases we recover Corvaja’s results [Cor97] for fields admitting a product formula, and Vojta’s ones [Voj21] for arithmetic function fields. the following: 

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