Drinfeld modules

Esen, Yakup


Drinfeld modular curves with many rational points over finite fields
Cam, Vural; Özbudak, Ferruh; Department of Mathematics (2011)
In our study Fq denotes the finite field with q elements. It is interesting to construct curves of given genus over Fq with many Fq -rational points. Drinfeld modular curves can be used to construct that kind of curves over Fq . In this study we will use reductions of the Drinfeld modular curves X_{0} (n) to obtain curves over finite fields with many rational points. The main idea is to divide the Drinfeld modular curves by an Atkin-Lehner involution which has many fixed points to obtain a quotient with a b...
Drinfeld twist and general relativity with fuzzy spaces
Kürkcüoğlu, Seçkin (IOP Publishing, 2007-01-21)
We give a simplified formula for the star product on CPLn, which enables us to define a twist element suited for discussing a Drinfeld twist like structure on fuzzy complex projective spaces. The existence of such a twist will have several consequences for field theories on fuzzy spaces, some of which we discuss in the present paper. As expected, we find that the twist of the coproduct is trivial for the generators of isometries on CPLn. Furthermore, the twist allows us to define a covariant tensor calculus...
Hegel, Deleuze, and the Critique of Representation: Dialectics of Negation and Difference
Shores, Corry Michael (2015-01-01)
Frobenius-like groups as groups of automorphisms
Ercan, Gülin; Khukhro, Evgeny (2014-01-01)
A finite group FH is said to be Frobenius-like if it has a nontrivial nilpotent normal subgroup F with a nontrivial complement H such that FH/[F,F] is a Frobenius group with Frobenius kernel F/[F, F]. Such subgroups and sections are abundant in any nonnilpotent finite group. We discuss several recent results about the properties of a finite group G admitting a Frobenius-like group of automorphisms FH aiming at restrictions on G in terms of C-G(H) and focusing mainly on bounds for the Fitting height and rela...
Heidegger's Hölderlin interpretations in Andenken hymn : the feast
Arslan, Mahmuthan; İnam, Ahmet; Department of Philosophy (2012)
This thesis explores Heidegger's Hölderlin interpretations to exhibit Heidegger's thoughts on history as a destiny of a people. The feast as the occasion of the encounter of gods and men will be set as the the inception of the history and the time of the balanced destiny. The course of history will be explained as a result of compliance and accordance with destiny, other than being an output of cause-effect chain.
Citation Formats
Y. Esen, “Drinfeld modules,” Middle East Technical University, 1997.