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Solving Systems of Equations of Raising-to-Powers Type

@inproceedings{Gallinaro2021SolvingSO,
  title={Solving Systems of Equations of Raising-to-Powers Type},
  author={Francesco Paolo Gallinaro},
  year={2021}
}
We address special cases of the analogues of the exponential algebraic closedness conjecture relative to the exponential maps of semiabelian varieties and to the modular j function. In particular, we show that the graph of the exponential of an abelian variety intersects products of free rotund varieties in which the subvariety of the domain is a sufficiently generic linear subspace, and that the graph of j intersects products of free broad varieties in which the subvariety of the domain is a M… 

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