Classification of zeta functions of bielliptic surfaces over finite fields
Let S be a bielliptic surface over a finite field, and let an elliptic curve B be the Albanese variety of S; then the zeta function of the surface S is equal to the zeta function of the direct product P1 × B. Therefore, the classification problem for the zeta functions of bielliptic surfaces is reduced to the existence problem for surfaces of a given type with a given Albanese curve. In the present paper, we complete this classification initiated in .
Keywordsfinite field zeta function elliptic curve bielliptic surface
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