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Integral points on Markoff type cubic surfaces and dynamics

Sarnak, Peter (Author of the conference)

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integral points on hypersurfaces 3 and higher dimensions cubic surfaces Markoff surfaces and dynamics diophantine analysis of Markoff surfaces integral points on a fixed surface and strong approximation connection to Painlevé strong approximation - the basic conjecture results towards the main conjecture Markoff numbers outline of some points in the proofs

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