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On the arithmetic of fibered surfaces
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Kaba, Mustafa Devrim
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In the first three chapters of this thesis we study two conjectures relating arithmetic with geometry, namely Tate and Lang’s conjectures, for a certain class of algebraic surfaces. The surfaces we are interested in are assumed to be defined over a number field, have irregularity two and admit a genus two fibration over an elliptic curve. In the final chapter of the thesis we prove the isomorphism of the Picard motives of an arbitrary variety and its Albanese variety.
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Arithmetic.
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Geometry.
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M. D. Kaba, “On the arithmetic of fibered surfaces,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2011.