Created on Sunday 21 April 2002 by

- Charting the Land of Elliptic Curves

- Warning

- Computers in Mathematics

- What Is An Elliptic Curve?

- Conductor

- Conductor Pic

- Elliptic Curves Are So Interesting!

- The Graph Of An Elliptic Curve

- Adding Two Points Together

- Two More Graphs

- Tables of Elliptic Curves

- BSD

- What Is In These Tables?

- Content

- The Antwerp (Belgium) Tables

- A Page From Antwerp...

- John Cremona's Tables

- Brumer-McGuinness Tables

- The Stein-Watkins Database

- My Tables of Modular Abelian Varieties

- MFE 389

- MECCAH

- Inside

- Why openMOSIX?

- Mark Watkins observed in his tables of modular degrees (i.e., the degrees of pi) that the modular degree is odd if and only if u = 3 (mod 4). Matt Baker and I proved this and some higher-dimensional generalizations (it follows from results in Mazur's Eisenstein Ideal paper and work of Matt Emerton). Watkins has many other open conjectures like this, which were suggested to him by his tables.

- Thanks!