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Jan 6 |
awarded | Enlightened |
Jan 6 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Dec 23 |
awarded | Yearling |
Jun 25 |
awarded | Revival |
Apr 23 |
answered | reference request for the finiteness of cuspidal subgroup of $X_0(N)$? |
Mar 4 |
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The formal Group of the dual Abelian Variety
ACL: You've already said everything necessary; I am just linking the references [Tate's classic][1] or [Serre's Seminaire Bourbaki][2] [1]: fhoermann.org/Tate%2520-%2520p-Divisible%2520Groups.pdf [2]: numdam.org/item?id=SB_1966-1968__10__73_0 |
Jan 24 |
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Explicit description of boundary map in algebraic K-theory
Apologies for not seeing this earlier: Could you please post it here? It would be very helpful. Thanks! |
Jan 24 |
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Geometrizing the Third Cohomology of a Complex Lie Group
See the paper by Brylinski and Deligne available here math.ias.edu/people/faculty/deligne/preprints and the paper by Deligne on central extensions referred to therein. |
Dec 23 |
awarded | Yearling |
Oct 2 |
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Request: Kato's article “Lectures on the approach to Iwasawa theory for Hasse-Weil L-functions.” Part II
@Jagy: Thanks for the wonderful comment about "The name of the rose"; it is one of my favourite books! |
Oct 2 |
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Request: Kato's article “Lectures on the approach to Iwasawa theory for Hasse-Weil L-functions.” Part II
Many thanks!!!! |
Oct 2 |
accepted | Request: Kato's article “Lectures on the approach to Iwasawa theory for Hasse-Weil L-functions.” Part II |
Sep 30 |
asked | Request: Kato's article “Lectures on the approach to Iwasawa theory for Hasse-Weil L-functions.” Part II |
Jun 23 |
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Intuition behind the Tamagawa numbers
@Pacetti: I am wondering if you mean JWS Cassels and not B. Casselman. I think Cassels did prove the isogeny invariance for elliptic curves over number fields, but Tate's results are for abelian varieties. |
Jun 23 |
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Can one prove complex multiplication without assuming CFT?
@unknown(google) and Davidac897: Thanks! answer modified and reference of Schappacher added. |
Jun 23 |
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Can one prove complex multiplication without assuming CFT?
corrected mistake |
Jun 23 |
answered | A remark in Swinnerton-Dyer's paper in Cassels-Frohlich |
Jun 22 |
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Intuition behind the Tamagawa numbers
@Pacetti: Tate proved the compatibility of the BSD conjecture under isogeny by proving a global duality theorem for finite Galois modules; the $p$-part of this in positive characteristic is much more involved. See either Tate's ICM 1962 talk or Milne's Arithmetic Duality Theorems book freely available at www.jmilne.org. As far as I can tell, Tate's results were all proved in the sixties. I do not know of a reference for the work of Casselman that you mention. It would be good to know so that one can correctly attribute the results. Thanks |
Jun 21 |
answered | Can one prove complex multiplication without assuming CFT? |
May 24 |
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Lemmas on etale cohomology with compact support from the book 'Arithmetic Duality Theorems'
wrong answer |