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The Universal Elliptic KZB Connection in Higher Level

  title={The Universal Elliptic KZB Connection in Higher Level},
  author={E. Hopper},
The level N elliptic KZB connection is a flat connection over the universal elliptic curve in level N with its N-torsion sections removed. Its fiber over the point (E, x) is the unipotent completion of π1(E − E[N ], x). It was constructed by Calaque and Gonzalez. In this paper, we show that the connection underlies an admissible variation of mixed Hodge structure and that it degenerates to the cyclotomic KZ connection over the singular fibers of the compactified universal elliptic curve. 


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