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From Thue-Siegel-Roth to the Riemann Hypothesis for Curves over Finite Fields: A survey of early applications of the polynomial method

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Harmonic analysts and Incidence Geometers are well-aware of Dvir’s dramatic solution of the Finite Field Kakeya Problem using the polynomial method and this has had a profound affect on the develop of these two areas. But the polynomial method has been around for a long time and has proved to be a powerful tool. We look at two early examples.

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