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### Relations between the cohomology of discrete groups and of profinite groups

Let $G$ be a discrete group and $K$ be the profinite completion of $G$. Let $C_K$ denote the category of contionuous $K$-modules and ${C_K}'$ denotes category of finite continuous $K$-modules. Now for ...

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### Cohomology of Groups at Gregory Berhuy's Book

Regarding Gregory Berhuy's book "An Introduction to Galois Cohomology and its Applications":
The book defined a cohomology sets for non-abelian $G$-groups. Let $A$ be a $G$-group, we define a 1-...

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### What is the Shafarevich-Tate group of GL(2)?

Let $K$ be a number field, $\bar{K}$ a fixed algebraic closure, $G_K$ the absolute galois group, $O_\bar{K}$ the ring of integers of the algebraic closure, $\mathfrak{p}$ runs over prime ideals and ...

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### Unramified Galois cohomology of number fields

I'm trying to understand unramified Galois cohomology of number fields a bit better.
Set-up: Let $k$ be a number field and $S$ a finite set of places of $k$ which contains all the archimedean places....

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### References for Gauss Composition using Galois Cohomology

Note: I have already posted this on stackexchange, but have not yet gotten a response.
What are some good references for the Gauss composition law on binary quadratic forms in terms of Galois ...

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### Real approximation for homogeneous spaces of linear algebraic groups

Let $X$ be a smooth geometrically integral variety over $\mathbf{Q}$, having a $\mathbf{Q}$-point.
We say that $X$ has the real approximation property if $X(\mathbf{Q})$ is dense in $X(\mathbf{R})$.
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### Norm variety for n=5, p=2 not isomorphic to a quadric

In the paper "Motivic construction of cohomological invariants", the author displays a list of known norm varieties for several $n,p$ on page $11$. For $p=2, n=5$ it says that a norm variety is given ...

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### Generic triviality of $G$-bundles

Let $k$ be an algebraically closed field and $X$ a curve over $k$. Then any $G$-bundle on a curve (where $G$ is reductive and connected) is generically trivial. This is the one of the main results of ...

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### do commutative groups torsors have a point in an Abelian extension of the base field?

Let $A$ be a principal homogeneous space for a commutative algebraic group defined over a field $k$ that contains all roots of unity. Is it true that $A$ has a $K$-point for an extension $K \supset k$ ...

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### Where does the name Euler System come from?

I've recently been reading about Euler systems, and was curious where the name comes from. In particular, while the notion of an Euler system is still not rigorously defined, does the idea resemble ...

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### galois cohomology over finite field

Let $X$ a smooth projective geometrically connected curve over a finite field $k$. Let $J$ a smooth commutative group scheme over $X$ and $F$ the function field of $X$.
Do we have a formula to ...

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### explicit zero 2-cocycle

Let $G$ be a group which acts linearly on a vector space of dimension $n$ over a field $k$. Denote by $\rho$ this representation and consider the associated adjoint representation $Ad\rho$ which is ...

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### Local duality for abelian varieties

Let $A$ be an abelian variety over a p-adic field $K$. Let $I$ be the inertia group of $K$. There is a Yoneda pairing $$H^n(\hat{\mathbb{Z}},A^I) \times Ext^{2-n}_{\hat{\mathbb{Z}}}(A^I,\mathbb{Z}) \...

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### What is classified by $H^1(\mathbb{R},SO(p,q))$ and by $H^1(\mathbb{R},SU(p,q))$?

We denote by $F^{\mathbb{R}}_{p,q}$ the quadratic form over the field ${\mathbb{R}}$
$$
F^{\mathbb{R}}_{p,q}(x)=x_1^2+\dots+x_p^2-(x_{p+1}^2+\dots+x_{p+q}^2)
$$
on the vector space $V^{\mathbb{R}}:={\...

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### Galois cohomology of generic points of formal completions (of components of a hypercovering of the subvariety): examples or general statements?

Let $Y$ be a closed smooth subvariety in a (smooth) affine variety $X$. What can one say about the etale cohomology of the generic points of the formal completion of $X$ along $Y$ i.e. about the ...

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### twisted forms of a given group embedded in a second group?

Consider the following question about forms of a given group that are embedded in a fixed group.
Fix for simplicity $k$ a perfect field, and $H\subsetneq G$ a pair of connected reductive $k$-groups, ...

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### Normalizer of non-split tori

Let $\mathbb{G}$ be a connected reductive group over $\mathbb{C}$. Let $G:=\mathbb{G}(\mathbb{C}(\!(t)\!))$. Let $T$ be a maximal torus in $G$.
Question: What do we know about the normalizer $N_G(T)$...

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### torsors on quasi-split groups

Let $\mathbf{G}$ be a split connected reductive group scheme over a scheme $X$.
Let $X'\rightarrow X$ an étale Galois cover of group $\Gamma$.
We consider $G$ a quasi-split group scheme over $X$ ...

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### on the Galois cohomology of reductive groups

Let $G$ a simply connected group over an algebraically closed field.
$F=k((t))$ and $\mathcal{O}=k[[t]]$.
Let $\gamma\in G(\mathcal{O})\cap G(F)^{rs}$.
Let $E=k((t^{1/n}))$ with $n$ prime to the ...

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### Descent for group actions

Suppose I have a finite Galois extension of fields $K/k$, as well as a finite group $G$ with a surjection $f: G \rightarrow \mathrm{Gal}(K/k)$.
Finally, suppose I have an action $\sigma$ of $G$ on a ...

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### Ordered Cech(-like) complexes that compute etale cohomology (of fields!)

It is well known (cf. Equivalence of ordered and unordered cech cohomology. ) that for 'usual' topologies one can compute the cohomology of sheaves either using unordered Cech complexes or ordered ...