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Journal of Mathematical Sciences

, Volume 102, Issue 2, pp 3938–3977 | Cite as

On certain Mordell-Weil lattices of hyperelliptic type on rational surfaces

  • Khac-Viet Nguen
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Abstract

We study a class of rational hyperelliptic fibrations that can serve as a natural higher-genus analogue of rational elliptic fibrations from the standpoint of Mordell-Weil lattices. As a corollary, we obtain certain generalizations of the root lattices. We also describe the torsion part.

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UDC 512.774 

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