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curve over higher dimensional basis with 0-dimensional locus of bad reduction
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curve over higher dimensional basis with 0-dimensional locus of bad reduction
Thank you very much! So you prove that the locus of bad reduction has codimension $\leq 1$?
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curve over higher dimensional basis with 0-dimensional locus of bad reduction
Can you give me the precise reference for Chang-Ran, DeLand and Diaz?
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curve over higher dimensional basis with 0-dimensional locus of bad reduction
Thank you very much! Are there more examples?
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curve over higher dimensional basis with 0-dimensional locus of bad reduction
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Idea of using etale site
"Exactly why this works for the Weil conjectures is a bigger question." Can you elaborate on this?
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A galois group is topologically finitely generated or finitely generated as a $\mathbb{Z}_p$-module
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A galois group is topologically finitely generated or finitely generated as a $\mathbb{Z}_p$-module
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Proof of Hensel's lemma by using the deformation theory
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What are the current trends in class field theory?
Also, check out the articles of Alexander Schmidt,
mathi.uni-heidelberg.de/~schmidt/publ_de.html
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learning Deligne-Lusztig theory
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learning Deligne-Lusztig theory
Thank you very much for this answer! I have edited my original question above: You may assume knowledge of representation theory of finite groups (as in Serre), algebraic groups and étale cohomology.
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23
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learning Deligne-Lusztig theory
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