BOUNDED HEIGHT IN PENCILS OF FINITELY GENERATED SUBGROUPS

Abstract : In this paper we prove a general bounded height result for specializations in finitely generated subgroups varying in families which complements and sharpens the toric Mordell-Lang Theorem by replacing finiteness by emptyness, for the intersection of varieties and subgroups, all moving in a pencil, except for bounded height values of the parameters (and excluding identical relations). More precisely, an instance of the results is as follows. Consider the torus scheme G r m/C over a curve C defined over Q, and let Γ be a subgroup-scheme generated by finitely many sections (satisfying some necessary conditions). Further, let V be any subscheme. Then there is a bound for the height of the points P ∈ C(Q) such that, for some γ ∈ Γ which does not generically lie in V , γ(P) lies in the fiber VP. We further offer some direct diophantine applications, to illustrate once again that the results implicitly contain information absent from the previous bounds in this context.
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F Amoroso, D Masser, U Zannier. BOUNDED HEIGHT IN PENCILS OF FINITELY GENERATED SUBGROUPS. Duke Math. J., 2017. ⟨hal-01200626v3⟩

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