Let $\bar{\rho}$ be a residual ordinary and locally split galois representation associated to a weight $k$ level $1$ form (more specifically a mod $p$ companion form). In the sense of deformation theory, let $p$ be an unobstructed prime. Then $ dim H^{1}(G_{S}, Ad(\bar{\rho})) = 3$. Further $H^{1}(G_{S}, Ad(\bar{\rho})) = H^{1}(G_{S}, \mathbb{F}_{p}) \oplus H^{1}(G_{S}, Ad^{0}(\bar{\rho}))$.

What is the dimension of image of the map defined by

$$ H^{1}(G_{S}, Ad(\bar{\rho})) = H^{1}(G_{S}, \mathbb{F}_{p}) \oplus H^{1}(G_{S}, Ad^{0}(\bar{\rho})) \rightarrow H^{1}(I_{p}, Ad^{0}(\bar{\rho})) \rightarrow H^{1}(I_{p}, \mathbb{F}_{p}(\omega^{k-1}))$$

$$Ad^{0}(\bar{\rho}) \cong \mathbb{F}_{p} \oplus \mathbb{F}_{p}(\omega^{k-1}) \oplus \mathbb{F}_{p}(\omega^{1-k})$$

as an $I_p$ module.

`$Ad^{0}(\bar{\rho})$`

i mean adjoint action on trace zero matrices. The first map is defined via restriction to`$H^{1}(I_{p}, Ad^{0}(\bar{\rho}))$`

and then projection onto`$H^{1}(I_{p}, \mathbb{F}_{p}(\omega^{k-1}))$`

. – Guhan Venkat Harikumar Jun 22 '11 at 7:33