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    1 Function: elltaniyama
    2 Section: elliptic_curves
    3 C-Name: elltaniyama
    4 Prototype: GDP
    5 Help: elltaniyama(E, {n = seriesprecision}): modular parametrization of
    6  elliptic curve E/Q.
    7 Doc:
    8  computes the modular parametrization of the elliptic curve $E/\Q$,
    9  where $E$ is an \kbd{ell} structure as output by \kbd{ellinit}. This returns
   10  a two-component vector $[u,v]$ of power series, given to $n$ significant
   11  terms (\tet{seriesprecision} by default), characterized by the following two
   12  properties. First the point $(u,v)$ satisfies the equation of the elliptic
   13  curve. Second, let $N$ be the conductor of $E$ and $\Phi: X_0(N)\to E$
   14  be a modular parametrization; the pullback by $\Phi$ of the
   15  N\'eron differential $du/(2v+a_1u+a_3)$ is equal to $2i\pi
   16  f(z)dz$, a holomorphic differential form. The variable used in the power
   17  series for $u$ and $v$ is $x$, which is implicitly understood to be equal to
   18  $\exp(2i\pi z)$.
   20  The algorithm assumes that $E$ is a \emph{strong} \idx{Weil curve}
   21  and that the Manin constant is equal to 1: in fact, $f(x) = \sum_{n > 0}
   22  \kbd{ellak}(E, n) x^n$.