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Some miscellaneous remarks on eigenvarieties
As the title says. I’ll freely use the notation of my paper, although unfortunately I can’t figure out how to implementÂ “mathscr” fonts on this blog, so objects denoted inÂ mathscr fonts in the paper are denoted in mathcal fonts below – … Continue reading
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Tagged automorphic forms, Bellaiche, Bergdall, Chojecki, cohomology, eigenvarieties, Newton, padic Langlands, verma modules
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In a previous post, I asked the following question: Let be a finite extension of with uniformizer , , (resp. ) the upper (resp. lower) triangular Borel, the diagonal maximal torus. Fix another finite extension , and let be a … Continue reading
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Tagged BreuilSchneider conjecture, padic Hodge theory, padic Langlands, perfectoid things
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Two questions
Question the first Let be the integer ring of a mixed characteristic local field . Fix an algebraic closure with absolute Galois group , and let be a Galoisstable lattice in a crystalline representation of all of whose HodgeTate weights … Continue reading
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Tagged BreuilSchneider conjecture, padic Langlands, pdivisible groups
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