Following the directions given in  for the Weierstras model
we study the case of Holm model
Geometric and algebraic properties are explored with the goal of laying a background to prove results on
i) The degree of an endomorphism
ii) The separability of an endomorphism.
Although the directions to follow are the same as in the case of the Weierstrass model, the proofs are different and more involved because of the nature of the Holm model.
The main theorems concerning endomorphisms of the Holm model are obtained.
|Commitee:||Drumm, Tedd, Sitaraman, Sankar|
|School Location:||United States -- District of Columbia|
|Source:||MAI 58/05M(E), Masters Abstracts International|
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