By Jean Chaumine, James Hirschfeld, Robert Rolland

ISBN-10: 9812793429

ISBN-13: 9789812793423

ISBN-10: 9812793437

ISBN-13: 9789812793430

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We now show that the condition p ∤ [OK : Z[π, π]] is automatically satisfied for all primes p except possibly 2 and 3. 7. Suppose p > 3 and that π ∈ OK corresponds to the Frobenius endomorphism of an ordinary abelian surface A over Fp . Then p ∤ [OK : Z[π, π]]. Proof. Let ∆(R) denote the discriminant of a Z-module R. 4], which shows that ∆(Z[π, π]) = ± NormK/Q (π − π) ∆(Z[π + π]). 4] that any prime that divides ∆(OK0 [π]) the index [OK : Z[π, π]] must divide either [OK0 : Z[π + π]] or ∆(O . 3], the second quantity is prime to p if the abelian surface is ordinary.

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Addition then requires 131M +14SQ+2I and a doubling requires 148M +19SQ+2I. Finally, note that the case of Picard curves has been handled in [8]. However, we point out that thanks to the new remarks made in this paper, we can actually reduce the cost for addition in the case of Picard curves to 116M + 14SQ + 2I and to 133M + 19SQ + 2I for doubling. 4. Examples Fast additions can be useful in modern counting points algorithm and the two following examples are in this trend. The first example illustrates our algorithm in characteristic 2 and in the tangent case.

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