Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry: Lectures given at the 2nd by Jean-Louis Colliot-Thelene, Kazuya Kato, Paul Vojta, Edoardo

By Jean-Louis Colliot-Thelene, Kazuya Kato, Paul Vojta, Edoardo Ballico

This quantity comprises 3 lengthy lecture sequence via J.L. Colliot-Thelene, Kazuya Kato and P. Vojta. Their subject matters are respectively the relationship among algebraic K-theory and the torsion algebraic cycles on an algebraic kind, a brand new method of Iwasawa idea for Hasse-Weil L-function, and the purposes of arithemetic geometry to Diophantine approximation. They comprise many new effects at a really complex point, but in addition surveys of the cutting-edge at the topic with entire, distinct profs and many historical past. for this reason they are often important to readers with very diverse history and event. CONTENTS: J.L. Colliot-Thelene: Cycles algebriques de torsion et K-theorie algebrique.- ok. Kato: Lectures at the method of Iwasawa concept for Hasse-Weil L-functions.- P. Vojta: functions of mathematics algebraic geometry to diophantine approximations.

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Ddmonstration (esquisse) : L'id6e-cM de Salberger est de ramener cet 4none6 at* cas des courbes, pax sections hyperplanes lisses successives (possible, d'apr~s Bertini). Soit Y C X une telle section. On montre que la fl~che de restriction H2(G, H°(--X, IC2)) ~ H2(G, II°(Y, ~ ) ) induit une fl~che Ker(px) ~ Ker(py). Par ailleurs, on dispose ( [ C T - R 1985], fond4 sur des r6sultats de Suslin) de la suite exacte : 0 --~ HI,(X, Q/z(2)) --~ H ° ( ~ , ~2) --~ H ° ( ~ , ~2) ® Q ~ 0, done d'isomorphismes H~(G, n ~ ( x , Q/z(2))) _~ H2(G, H ° ( X , K~)).

Le groupe g 1(G, Ke-f~(z)/Y°(-)~, 162)) = Ker px: He(G, H°( -R, 162)) ~ He(G, ge"k(X)) est un groupe fini. 7, dont nous reprenons les notations. Supposons d i m ( X ) > 1. Soit Y C X une section hyperplane lisse. La fl~ehe de restriction He(G, H ° ( ~ , K : e ) ) ----+ He(G, H ° ( Y , K : e ) ) i n d u i t une fl~che Ker(px) - - ~ ger(py). Le noyau de He(G, H ° ( X ", Ee)) ~ He(G, H ° ( 7 , K:2)) s'identifie h celui de H2(G, H~t(-R, Q / l ( 2 ) ) ) ~ He(G, H~t(Y, Q/7(2))). Comme la G-cohomologie d'un G-module fini est finie (k est local), £ groupes finis pros, ce noyau s'identifie £ celui de H2(G, H:t(-X, q/l(2)) °) ~ He(G, g : , ( ~ , Q/Z(2))°).

25 b) Comme la fl~che C H 2 ( X ) --~ CH2(X) envoie elairement le premier groupe dans ies invariants CH2(-X) G, et que son noyau est de torsion (argument de transfert), pour 6tablir le th6or~me, il suffit donc de montrer que le groupe Ker[CH2(X) ----. CH2(~)] est d'exposant fini. Or ceci vaut pour toute vari6t6 projective et lisse sur un corps k de caract6rlstique z6ro, sous les hypotheses H~(X, O x ) = 0 et H~(X, O x ) = O. Ceci est 6tabli dans [CR1], dont je pr~sente maintenant bri~vement les principaux arguments.

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