By D. Hestenes, Garret Sobczyk

ISBN-10: 9027725616

ISBN-13: 9789027725615

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If W is a closed subspace of V ∗ stable under G, then let W ⊥ = {v ∈ V such that f (v) = 0 for all f ∈ W }. 16. Moreover, W ⊥ is a closed subspace of V , that is also stable under G, so that either W ⊥ = {0} and W = V ∗ or W ⊥ = V and W = {0}. Assume now that G is a topologically finitely generated profinite group (in this chapter, we only need the case G = Z p ). Denote by V (G) the subE-vector space of V generated by the elements (g − 1)v where g ∈ G and v ∈ V . 18. If V ∈ Veccomp (E), then V (G) is a closed subspace of V .

As a first step, we prove that Breuil’s category of filtered S-modules S p−1 can be replaced by a similar category L f of free filtered W-modules (M, F (M)) with σ -linear maps ϕ : F(M) −→ M and differentiations N : M −→ M ⊗W S. Then we define a torsion analogue Lt of the category L f . 1. Note that Lt contains the full subcategory L f t whose objects are subquotients of objects of L f and this subcategory is strictly smaller than Lt . This is very special feature of “semi-stable” theory: t if we start with the subcategory S cr p−1 then the appropriate categories Lcr and ft Lcr coincide.

0 Note that the correspondence p p p [r0 mod x 0 ]T1 + [r0 ] + p[r1 ] → (r0 + x0 r1 ) mod x0 m R ∗ determines an epimorphic map A0cr,2 / pA0cr,2 −→ R0 in the category L0 and this map induces isomorphism of K -modules V f t (L[γ ]) and V ∗ (L[γ ]). 3. Properties of modified functor The following property was our main target. 7. CV ft is fully faithful. Proof. By devissage it will be sufficient to verify this statement on the level of the subcategories of killed by p objects. The corresponding restricft tion of CV is equivalent then to the functor CV ∗ from Section 2 (cf.

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