Weber's theorem

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In mathematics, Weber's theorem, named after Heinrich Martin Weber, is a result on algebraic curves. It states the following.

Consider two non-singular curves C and C′ having the same genus g > 1. If there is a rational correspondence φ between C and C′, then φ is a birational transformation.

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  • Coolidge, J. L. (1959). A Treatise on Algebraic Plane Curves. New York: Dover. p. 135. ISBN 0-486-60543-4. 

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