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## Post-edited

Cremona, John (Auteur de la conférence)

elliptic curves and Galois representations congruences - symplectic types the Frey-Mazur conjecture congruences in the LMFDB finding congruences via sieving determining the symplectic type Frey-Mazur for the database twists congruences between twists

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