Integrable systems and a moduli space for (1,6)-polarised abelian surfaces

Laura Biroth
A Hamiltonian system is a type of differential equation used in physics to describe the evolution of a mechanical system like a particle in a potential. Certain particularly well-behaved Hamiltonian systems are called integrable. For us an integrable system on C^(2n) is simply a set of n independent Poisson-commuting polynomials in 2n variables. In case the system is algebraically completely integrable the fibres of the induced map are affine parts of abelian varieties. In this...
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