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Reciprocity Laws for the Higher Tame Symbol and the Witt Symbol on an Algebraic Surface

Syder, Kirsty;
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  • Published: 23 Apr 2013
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arXiv: Mathematics::K-Theory and HomologyComputer Science::Symbolic Computation
free text keywords: Mathematics - Number Theory
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