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Hilbert modular forms and Iwasawa theory

Author: Haruzo Hida
Publisher: Oxford : Clarendon, 2006.
Series: Oxford mathematical monographs.
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Describing the applications found for the Wiles and Taylor technique, this book generalizes the deformation theoretic techniques of Wiles-Taylor to Hilbert modular forms (following Fujiwara's treatment), and also discusses applications found by the author.
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Hida, Haruzo.
Hilbert modular forms and Iwasawa theory.
Oxford : Clarendon, 2006
(DLC) 2006299136
(OCoLC)64554619
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Haruzo Hida
ISBN: 9781429469944 1429469943 0191513873 9780191513879 019857102X 9780198571025 9780191718946 0191718947
OCLC Number: 137237316
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 402 pages) : illustrations
Contents: 1 Introduction; 1.1 Classical Iwasawa theory; 1.1.1 Galois theoretic interpretation of the class group; 1.1.2 The Iwasawa algebra as a deformation ring; 1.1.3 Pseudo-representations; 1.1.4 Two-dimensional universal deformations; 1.2 Selmer groups; 1.2.1 Deligne's rationality conjecture; 1.2.2 Ordinary Galois representations; 1.2.3 Greenberg's Selmer groups; 1.2.4 Selmer groups with general coefficients; 1.3 Deformation and adjoint square Selmer groups; 1.3.1 Nearly ordinary deformation rings; 1.3.2 Adjoint square Selmer groups and differentials 2.2.2 Affine algebraic groups2.2.3 Schemes; 2.3 Automorphic forms on quaternion algebras; 2.3.1 Arithmetic quotients; 2.3.2 Archimedean Hilbert modular forms; 2.3.3 Hilbert modular forms with integral coefficients; 2.3.4 Duality and Hecke algebras; 2.3.5 Quaternionic automorphic forms; 2.3.6 The Jacquet-Langlands correspondence; 2.3.7 Local representations of GL(2); 2.3.8 Modular Galois representations; 2.4 The integral Jacquet-Langlands correspondence; 2.4.1 Classical Hecke operators; 2.4.2 Hecke algebras; 2.4.3 Cohomological correspondences; 2.4.4 Eichler-Shimura isomorphisms 2.5 Theta series2.5.1 Quaternionic theta series; 2.5.2 Siegel's theta series; 2.5.3 Transformation formulas; 2.5.4 Theta series of imaginary quadratic fields; 2.6 The basis problem of Eichler; 2.6.1 The elliptic Jacquet-Langlands correspondence; 2.6.2 Eichler's integral correspondence; 3 Hecke algebras as Galois deformation rings; 3.1 Hecke algebras; 3.1.1 Automorphic forms on definite quaternions; 3.1.2 Hecke operators; 3.1.3 Inner products; 3.1.4 Ordinary Hecke algebras; 3.1.5 Automorphic forms of higher weight; 3.2 Galois deformation; 3.2.1 Minimal deformation problems 3.2.2 Tangent spaces of local deformation functors3.2.3 Taylor-Wiles systems; 3.2.4 Hecke algebras are universal; 3.2.5 Flat deformations; 3.2.6 Freeness over the Hecke algebra; 3.2.7 Hilbert modular basis problems; 3.2.8 Locally cyclotomic deformation; 3.2.9 Locally cyclotomic Hecke algebras; 3.2.10 Global deformation over a p-adic field; 3.3 Base change; 3.3.1 p-Ordinary Jacquet-Langlands correspondence; 3.3.2 Base fields of odd degree; 3.3.3 Automorphic base change; 3.3.4 Galois base change; 3.4 L-invariants of Hilbert modular forms; 3.4.1 Statement of the result
Series Title: Oxford mathematical monographs.
Responsibility: Haruzo Hida.
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