Reduction of Binary Cubic and Quartic Forms

  title={Reduction of Binary Cubic and Quartic Forms},
  author={John Cremona},
  journal={Lms Journal of Computation and Mathematics},
  • J. Cremona
  • Published 1999
  • Mathematics
  • Lms Journal of Computation and Mathematics
A reduction theory is developed for binary forms (homogeneous polynomials) of degrees three and four with integer coefficients. The resulting coefficient bounds simplify and improve on those in the literature, particularly in the case of negative discriminant. Applications include systematic enumeration of cubic number fields, and 2-descent on elliptic curves defined over the set of rational numbers. Remarks are given concerning the extension of these results to forms defined over number fields… 

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