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We present an efficient endomorphism for the Jacobian of a curve C of genus 2 for divisors having a Non disjoint support. This extends the work of Costello and Lauter in [12] who calculated explicit formulæ for divisor doubling and addition of divisors with disjoint support in JF(C) using only base field operations. Explicit formulæ is presented for this third case and a different approach for divisor doubling.

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