
SIGMA 14 (2018), 074, 28 pages arXiv:1709.10167
https://doi.org/10.3842/SIGMA.2018.074
On Regularization of Second Kind Integrals
Julia Bernatska ^{a} and Dmitry Leykin ^{b}
^{a)} National University of KyivMohyla Academy, 2 H. Skovorody Str., 04655 Kyiv, Ukraine
^{b)} 44/2 Harmatna Str., apt. 32, 03067 Kyiv, Ukraine
Received October 03, 2017, in final form July 02, 2018; Published online July 21, 2018
Abstract
We obtain expressions for second kind integrals on nonhyperelliptic $(n,s)$curves. Such a curve possesses a Weierstrass point at infinity which is a branch point where all sheets of the curve come together. The infinity serves as the basepoint for Abel's map, and the basepoint in the definition of the second kind integrals. We define second kind differentials as having a pole at the infinity, therefore the second kind integrals need to be regularized. We propose the regularization consistent with the structure of the field of Abelian functions on Jacobian of the curve. In this connection we introduce the notion of regularization constant, a uniquely defined free term in the expansion of the second kind integral over a local parameter in the vicinity of the infinity. This is a vector with components depending on parameters of the curve, the number of components is equal to genus of the curve. Presence of the term guarantees consistency of all relations between Abelian functions constructed with the help of the second kind integrals. We propose two methods of calculating the regularization constant, and obtain these constants for $(3,4)$, $(3,5)$, $(3,7)$, and $(4,5)$curves. By the example of $(3,4)$curve, we extend the proposed regularization to the case of second kind integrals with the pole at an arbitrary fixed point. Finally, we propose a scheme of obtaining addition formulas, where the second kind integrals, including the proper regularization constants, are used.
Key words:
second kind integral; regularization constant; Abelian function relation; Jacobi inversion problem; addition formula.
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