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On the parity of ranks of Selmer groups IV. With an appendix by Jean-Pierre Wintenberger

  • Jan Nekovář (a1)
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We prove the parity conjecture for the ranks of p-power Selmer groups (p⁄=2) of a large class of elliptic curves defined over totally real number fields.

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