p-adic analysis is a branch of number theory that deals with the mathematical analysis of functions of p-adic numbers.

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### Compactification of rigid-analytic varieties

Is it true that any separated quasi-compact rigid-analytic variety embeds into a proper one? For my purpose, the base field is a $p$-adic number field. I have seen Huber's universal compactification ...
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### Examples of non-splittable norms

Let $K$ be a complete non-archimedean field. A norm on a finite dimensional vector space $V$ is a function $| \cdot | : V \to \mathbf{R}$ which satisfies the usual norm properties (with the non-...
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### Irreducible components of rigid varieties

I'm reading IRREDUCIBLE COMPONENTS OF RIGID SPACES (by Conrad). In this paper he defines the irreducible component of a rigid variety $X$ to be reduced image of a connected component of $\tilde X$ (...
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### Integral over the space of $p$-adic matrices

$\DeclareMathOperator\Mat{Mat}$Let $\mathbb{F}$ be a non-Archimedean local field. Let $\mathcal{O}$ be its ring of integers with a uniformizer $\pi$. Let $|\cdot|\colon \mathbb{F}\to \mathbb{R}$ be ...
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### Projective reduction of image of power series is algebraic?

Let $K$ be a non-archimedean field with closed unit disk $\mathcal{O}\subset K$, open unit disk $\mathfrak{m}\subset \mathcal{O}$ and residue field $k = \mathcal{O}/\mathfrak{m}$. Examples to keep in ...
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### Bezout-type theorem for $p$-adic analytic plane curves

Let $p$ be a prime, and let $f,g \in \mathbb{Z}_p[[x,y]]$ be power series convergent on all of $\mathbb{Z}_p$. Suppose that the intersection of the analytic plane curves cut out by $f$ and $g$ is ...
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### Approximating $p$-adic power series by polynomials

Let $p$ be a prime, and let $f \in \mathbb{Z}_p[[x_1,\dots,x_d]]$ be a power series convergent on all of $\mathbb{Z}_p^d$. We make the following definition concerning the approximation of $f$ by ...
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### How to get a ball in the nonvanishing locus of a polynomial in $\mathbb Z_p[x_1,\cdots,x_n]$ canonically?

Suppose $f\in \mathbb Z_p[x_1,\cdots,x_n]$, and consider $D(f):=\{(𝑥_1,…,𝑥_𝑛)∈ℤ^𝑛_𝑝:𝑓(𝑥_1,…,𝑥_𝑛)≠0\}\subset \mathbb Z_p^n$. How to calculate a radius $r$ from the datum of $f$ such that $D(f)$...
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### Meaning of dagger cohomology $H^{1 \dagger}(G^\dagger)$ in "Frobenius and Monodromy Operators" by Coleman and Iovita

Let $G$ be an abelian variety with good reduction over a finite extension $K$ of $\mathbb{Q}_p$. In equation (2.4) on page 179 of my edition of "The Frobenius and monodromy operators for curves ...
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### Wondering if Monsky-Washnitzer ever published a result claimed to be forthcoming in a later paper

At the very end of the paper Formal Cohomology I by Monsky and Washnitzer, they write the following: "In some sense, the operator $\psi$ applied to a power series gives it "better growth ...
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### Notion of connected components for $\mathbb{Q}_p$-points of algebraic variety

Is there an interesting notion of connected components for the $\mathbb{Q}_p$-points of an algebraic variety over $\mathbb{Q}_p$? By "interesting" I mean a notion satisfying the following. ...
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### $p$-adic Banach group algebra

Let $G$ be a discrete group. Consider the Banach $\mathbb{Z}_p$-algebra: $$c_0(G, \mathbb{Z}_p) = \{ F : G \to \mathbb{Z}_p \mid \lim_{g \to \infty} |F(g)|_p = 0 \}$$ with the product given by the ...
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### Formal series which are always zero

Let $(k, |\cdot|)$ be a complete field with a non-Archimedean norm, not necessarily algebraically closed. Define the Tate algebra as follows: \begin{align*} k \langle T_1, \dots, T_n \rangle = \{ \...
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### Does maximally incompleteness cause nonvanishing of the extension of maximal ideal of a valuation ring by rank 1 free module?

In B. Bhatt's lecture notes[1], Remark 4.2.5 says ... $\operatorname{Ext}_R^2(k,R)$ is non-zero if $K$ is not spherically complete. which amounts to the following pure algebraic question. Statement ...
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