By A.N. Parshin

Two contributions on heavily comparable topics: the idea of linear algebraic teams and invariant concept, by means of recognized specialists within the fields. The publication can be very worthy as a reference and learn consultant to graduate scholars and researchers in arithmetic and theoretical physics.

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For notational convenience we let Oi /t (D) = Homk(A/(A(D) + K),k); we observe that if the divisors D, D' satisfy D < D', then &Klk(D') £ ClsK/k(D). Hence we can view the space of pseudo-differentials on K as a projective limit ci"m = lim arKlk(D). 8 Let 0 denote the zero divisor of K; the space QsK/k(&) is called the space of pseudo-differentials of the first kind. °Klk(D) = S(D). e. dimkn*Klk(<9) = g. We now want to show that Q^ /t (also known as the dualizing module) may also be viewed as a vector space over K.

In fact if this were not the case then we could represent 1 in the form 1 = j ^ y , + ••• + xhyh, with x, e mA, y{ e AY (1 <. i < h). Each yt would belong to some ring A(i) e &'. For each pair (i,j) one of the rings Am, AU) would contain the other; since there are only a finite number of rings A(i), it follows that they would all be contained in one of them, say A{k). But then we would have 1 = £ ? ^ e mA • A(k\ therefore mA • A{k) = Alk\ which is impossible since Aik) e &'. ¥, and hence 3F is inductive.

Any element x e RQ has a representation of the form d x = X a/*; + *'> J=l with x' e WIQ. , d and all P e S, we obtain ordP(ux,) + ordP(D + Q) > 0; hence MX, e L(D + Q)s. An element x e L(D + Q)s satisfies ord e (X) + ord e (D + Q) > 0 and hence ordQ(xu~x) = ordQ(x) — ordQ(u) = ord e (u) + ord e (D + Q) > 0, that is to say xu'1 e RQ; therefore we have d XM"1 = X aJxJ + x'> j=l with aj e k and x' e mQ. , d and all PeS - {Q} it follows that ord P (x') > 0 and therefore ord P (ux') + ordP(D) = ordP(wx') + ord P (D + Q) > 0 for all P e S - {Q}.

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