Counting rational points on quadric surfaces

T.D. Browning, R. Heath-Brown, Discrete Analysis (2018) 1–31.


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We give an upper bound for the number of rational points of height at most B, lying on a surface defined by a quadratic form Q. The bound shows an explicit dependence on Q. It is optimal with respect to B, and is also optimal for typical forms Q.
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2018-09-07
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Discrete Analysis
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1 - 31
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Browning TD, Heath-Brown R. Counting rational points on quadric surfaces. Discrete Analysis. 2018:1-31. doi:10.19086/da.4375
Browning, T. D., & Heath-Brown, R. (2018). Counting rational points on quadric surfaces. Discrete Analysis, 1–31. https://doi.org/10.19086/da.4375
Browning, Timothy D, and Roger Heath-Brown. “Counting Rational Points on Quadric Surfaces.” Discrete Analysis, 2018, 1–31. https://doi.org/10.19086/da.4375.
T. D. Browning and R. Heath-Brown, “Counting rational points on quadric surfaces,” Discrete Analysis, pp. 1–31, 2018.
Browning TD, Heath-Brown R. 2018. Counting rational points on quadric surfaces. Discrete Analysis., 1–31.
Browning, Timothy D., and Roger Heath-Brown. “Counting Rational Points on Quadric Surfaces.” Discrete Analysis, Alliance of Diamond Open Access Journals, 2018, pp. 1–31, doi:10.19086/da.4375.
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