Arithmetic theory of elliptic curves: lectures given at the by J. Coates, R. Greenberg, K.A. Ribet, K. Rubin, C. Viola

By J. Coates, R. Greenberg, K.A. Ribet, K. Rubin, C. Viola

This quantity includes the multiplied models of the lectures given by means of the authors on the C. I. M. E. tutorial convention held in Cetraro, Italy, from July 12 to 19, 1997. The papers amassed listed here are vast surveys of the present examine within the mathematics of elliptic curves, and likewise include numerous new effects which can't be stumbled on in different places within the literature. because of readability and magnificence of exposition, and to the historical past fabric explicitly incorporated within the textual content or quoted within the references, the quantity is definitely suited for examine scholars in addition to to senior mathematicians.

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P)(X+-l)) is isomorphic to E(m,),, where m, is the residue field for M,. 2 for some infinite extensions of F, . 4 since the inertia subgroup of r = Gal(F,/F) for q is infinite, pro-p, and has finite index in r. 2, which we will do in section 3. However, in section 4 it will be useful to have more precise information about Im(X,)/Im(n,), where 77 is a prime for a finite extension M of F lying over p. What we will need is the following. 5. Let M, be a finite extension of F,, where vlp. Let m, be the residue field for M,.

Then one can prove the following result. 7. With the above notation, we have I corankn(Sel~(F,),) I I F,/F is the cyclotomic Zp-extension, but make no assumptions on the reduction type for E at primes lying over p. The conjecture below follows from results of Kato and Rohrlich when F is abelian over $ and E is defined over $ and modular. 8. The Zp-corank of SelE(Fn), is bounded as n varies. If this is so, then the map SelE(Fn), + s e l E ( ~ , ) ~ *must have infinite cokernel when n is sufficiently large, provided that we assume that E has potentially supersingular reduction at v for at least one prime v of F lying over p.

The pairing 45: GM + ppn given by 4(g) = g ( ~ z ) p&/ For any algebraic extension M of F,, we have an exact sequence If [M:F,] < cm,then Poitou-Tate Duality shows that H2(M, pp- ) E Qp/Zp, . Thus, ker(b,,) can be identified at v. We let a,, = a(~,,),, with Im(a,, ) n ker(d,, ), where dun is the map The kernel of d,, is quite easy to describe. We have , which is isomorphic to Q,/Z, as a group. The image of a,, is more interesting to describe. It depends on the Tate period q~ for E, which is defined by the equation j(qE) = jE, solving this equation for q~ E F c .

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