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In this paper we study the variation of the
-Selmer rank parities of
-twists of a principally polarized Abelian variety over an arbitrary number field
and show, under certain assumptions, that this parity is periodic with an explicit period. Our result applies in particular to principally polarized Abelian varieties with full
-torsion subgroup, arbitrary elliptic curves, and Jacobians of hyperelliptic curves. Assuming the Shafarevich–Tate conjecture, our result allows one to classify the rank parities of all quadratic twists of an elliptic or hyperelliptic curve after a finite calculation.
We address the question of lifting the étale unipotent fundamental group of curves to the level of algebraic cycles and show that a sequence of algebraic cycles whose sum satisfies the Maurer-Cartan equation would do the job. For any elliptic curve with the origin removed and the curve , we construct such a sequence of algebraic cycles whose image under the cycle map gives rise to the étale unipotent fundamental group of the curve.
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