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Inductivity of the global root number
Galois theory, elliptic curves, and root numbers,
Compositio Math. (1996), 311 -- 349.
In the first line of the paragraph containing displayed formula
(3.6) on p. 331, the equation
A deformation of the Tate module,
J. of Algebra 229 (2000), 280 -- 313.
The formula for
on p. 294 is in error:
The coefficient of
$X^2$ should be
$(c^4+2c^2-3c)/24$. Although very embarrassing,
the error is inconsequential in the sense that there
was no need to display the coefficient of
in the first place.