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Relative power integral bases in infinite families of quartic extensions of quadratic field

@article{Gaal2013RelativePI,
  title={Relative power integral bases in infinite families of quartic extensions of quadratic field},
  author={Istv'an Ga'al and T'i mea Szab'o},
  journal={arXiv: Number Theory},
  year={2013}
}
We consider infinite parametric families of octic fields, that are quartic extensions of quadratic fields. We describe all relative power integral bases of the octic fields over the quadratic subfields. 
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