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Topic review - Laurent series
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 paolab7393
 Post subject: Laurent series
 Hello to everybody,I am a new user and I am a bit confused. I have a smooth plane curve f(x,y)=0 defined over a finite field k and containing (0,0). x is a local parameter at (0,0). The local ring (k[x,y]/(f))_(x,y) can be viewe inside the Laurent series field k((x)). How can I compute the expansion of an element of (k[x,y]/(f))_(x,y) in k((x))? Thank you,Paola Hello to everybody,I am a new user and I am a bit confused. I have a smooth plane curve f(x,y)=0 defined over a finite field k and containing (0,0). x is a local parameter at (0,0). The local ring (k[x,y]/(f))_(x,y) can be viewe inside the Laurent series field k((x)). How can I compute the expansion of an element of (k[x,y]/(f))_(x,y) in k((x))? Thank you,Paola
 Posted: Sat Apr 07, 2007 12:39 pm

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