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COVERS OF ALGEBRAIC VARIETIES VI. ANGLO-AMERICAN COVERS AND (1,3)-POLARIZED ABELIAN SURFACES
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COVERS OF ALGEBRAIC VARIETIES VI. ANGLO-AMERICAN COVERS AND (1,3)-POLARIZED ABELIAN SURFACES
Casnati, Gianfranco;
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 Abstract
In the present paper we describe a class of Gorenstein, finite and at morphism : of degree 6 of algebraic varieties, called Anglo-American covers. We prove a general Bertini theorem for them and we give some evidence that the cover : associated general (1, 3)-polarized abelian surface is Anglo-American.
 Keywords
cover of degree d;Anglo-American cover;
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English
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