Databases, tables, and scripts to enumerate and classify elliptic curves.
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Best Known Conductors for Elliptic Curves of Given Rank
Up to rank 9, by Tom Womack.
Classical Modular Polynomials
Tables of modular polynomials Phi_l for prime l to 270, computed by Michael Rubinstein. Gzipped text and specially compressed formats.
Deformations of Maass Forms
Tabulated by Stefan Lemurell.
Elliptic Curve Data
Tables of elliptic curves of small conductor in Mathematica format.
Elliptic Curves with Complex Multiplication
Defined over extensions of type (2,...,2). Tables by Joan-C. Lario.
Elliptic Curves with Unusual Torsion
Two tables: the smallest conductor observed for a given rank and torsion, and the smallest conductor observed among curves of rank zero with a given Sha and torsion. Maintained by Tom Womack.
High Rank Elliptic Curves with Prescribed Torsion
The highest rank currently known for an elliptic curve over Q with each of the possible torsion groups. Compiled by Andrej Dujella.
Infinite Families of Elliptic Curves with Prescribed Torsion
Compiled by Andrej Dujella.
Iwasawa Invariants of Elliptic Curves
For each curve (labelled as in Cremona) the mu and lambda-invariants are listed for the primes between 2 and 17. By Robert Pollack.
Tables and Maple software for modular polynomials of composite level by Masanari Kida.
Minimal known positive and negative k for Mordell curves (y^2=x^3+k) of given rank, by Tom Womack.
Data on the elliptic curves Y^2 = X^3+k for |k|<10,000.
Rational Points on Elliptic Curves
A wide collection of known integer solutions to elliptic curves and their corresponding Diophantine equations, presented by Hisanori Mishima.
Coefficients of some Siegel automorphic forms, by Richard Borcherds.
Last update:November 19, 2012 at 16:24:11 UTC