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Inspired by Denef-Loeser’s identity of the Euler characteristic with compact supports of the contact loci with the Lefschetz numbers of a complex singularity, we study sheaf cohomology groups of contact loci of complex nondegenerate singularities. Moreover, also for these singularities, we obtain a motivic analogue of Lê Dũng Tráng’s work on a monodromy relation of a complex singularity and its restriction to a generic hyperplane.
In this paper, we study the geometry of two-torsion points of elliptic curves in order to distinguish the embedded topology of reducible plane curves consisting of a smooth cubic and its tangent lines. As a result, we obtain a new family of Zariski tuples consisting of such curves.