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The Jacobians also have torsion points, just like elliptic curves, which circle back on themselves under repeated internal addition.
So, to put a bound on the Manin-Mumford conjecture, all the authors had to do was count the number of intersections between those torsion points.
The two elliptic curves and their torsion points could not be immediately compared because they do not necessarily overlap.
“This simple observation — that torsion points on the elliptic curve are the same as finite orbit points for a certain dynamical system — is what we use in our paper over and over and over again,” said DeMarco.
The new work focuses on the torsion points of those elliptic curves.
They are a direct analog of torsion points on elliptic curves.
Coulomb was the maker of the first instrument for measuring a current, which was known as the torsion balance.
Penaud's machine, relying only on india rubber under torsion, flies for some fifty yards.
THE MARK OF CAINANDREW LANG
On the other hand, the law of torsion could hardly be quite so simple, at all events, to the second order of approximations.
ON LABORATORY ARTSRICHARD THRELFALL
Its free motion differs entirely from that given it by torsion or stress.

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