### Some articles on *formal group law, group laws, formal group laws*:

**Formal Group Law**s

... The Lubin–Tate

**formal group law**is the unique (1-dimensional)

**formal group law**F such that e(x) = px + xp is an endomorphism of F, in other words More generally we can allow e to be any ... All the

**group laws**for different choices of e satisfying these conditions are strictly isomorphic ... a in Zp there is a unique endomorphism f of the Lubin–Tate

**formal group law**such that f(x) = ax + higher-degree terms ...

... theories possess a complex orientation, which gives a

**formal group law**... A particularly rich source for

**formal group laws**are elliptic curves ... A cohomology theory A with is called elliptic if it is even periodic and its

**formal group law**is isomorphic to a

**formal group law**of an elliptic curve E over R ...

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