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Justin Sawon : Lagrangian fibrations by Jacobians of low genus curves

The Beauville-Mukai integrable system is a well-known Lagrangian fibration, i.e., a holomorphic symplectic manifold fibred by Lagrangian complex tori. It is constructed by beginning with a complete linear system of curves on a K3 surface, and then taking the compactified relative Jacobian of the family of curves. One may ask whether other families of curves yield Lagrangian fibrations in this way. Markushevich showed that this is not the case in genus two: a Lagrangian fibration by Jacobians of genus two curves must be a Beauville-Mukai system. We generalize his result to genus three curves, and also to non-hyperelliptic curves of genus four and five.

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