By Professor André Weil (auth.)

ISBN-10: 3540586555

ISBN-13: 9783540586555

ISBN-10: 3642619452

ISBN-13: 9783642619458

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This proves our proposition. We will now determine the structure of the Zp-module 1 +P; this depends upon the characteristic of K. If K is of characteristic 0, it is a finite algebraic extension of Qp, so that, as we have observed, its maximal compact subring may be regarded as a Qp-Iattice in K; tho 1 § 3. 33 Multiplicative structure of local fields of § 2 shows then that it is the direct product of factors, all isomorphic to Zp, whose number is equal to the degree of Kover Qp. PROPOSITION 9. Let K be a commutative p-field of characteristic 0, with the maximal compact subring R.

1-2). Take a measurable set X in Rn; put Y = If>B(X) and Y = If>B'(X), By the definition of mB, mB" we have a(Y)=mBA,(X), a(Y)=mB'A,(X); therefore If>B'0lf>ii1, which maps Y onto Y, has the module mB,/mB.

V" such that O~r~s~n, L=IRvj and , s L: M= L:rJvj + Kv". j=t ,,=,+t Let W be the subspace of V generated by M, and W' the maximal subspace contained in M; call s the dimension of W, and r the codimension of W' in W. In tho 1, choose the sequence Wt , ... Then tho 1 gives us a basis {Wt, ... , wn} of V which generates L as an R-module and contains bases for Wand for W'; renumbering this basis in an obvious manner, we may assume that {wt, ... ,ws } is a basis for Wand that {w,+t, ... ,ws } is one for W'.

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