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Hodge-Tate weights of induced representation
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answered | Hodge-Tate weights of induced representation |
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Algebraic integer with conjugates on the unit circle
The same is true of $\alpha^k$ and the characteristic polynomials of the $\alpha^k$ have coeffts that are bounded indept of $k$. A lot of them must be equal to each other, so $\alpha^k = \alpha^\ell$ for some $k$ and $\ell$. |
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answered | examples of non-unique factorisation in cyclotomic fields |
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Can an abelian variety/Q have no non-trivial points over Q_sol?
@Pablo sorry, my mistake! |
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Can an abelian variety/Q have no non-trivial points over Q_sol?
By definition, an abelian variety over a field K has a rational point over K, so in your question, you presumably mean a homogenous space for your abelian variety. |
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Number of common solutions of polynomial system
See for instance the introduction to arxiv.org/abs/1408.3224 |
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27 |
answered | integral p-adic Hodge theory and de Rham representations |
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Openness of finite index subgroups of $\mathrm{GL}_n(\prod O_v)$
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answered | Openness of finite index subgroups of $\mathrm{GL}_n(\prod O_v)$ |
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reviewed | Reject nontrivial theorems with trivial proofs |
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Linear map with two “incompatible” representations
Very nice, thank you! |
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accepted | Linear map with two “incompatible” representations |
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If $G$ is compact, $H \leq G$ open, $V$ an irreducible $H$-rep, is $\text{Ind}_H^G$ semisimple?
The continuity of the action does not imply that V is finite diml. |
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is there a p-adic implicit function theorem?
See page 73 of the latest edition of Serre's book. |