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Cambridge studies in advanced mathematics ; 69 

Cambridge studies in advanced mathematics ; 69

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1. Overview of Modular Forms. 1.1. Hecke Characters. 1.2. Introduction to Modular Forms  2. Representations of a Group. 2.1. Group Representations. 2.2. Pseudorepresentations. 2.3. Deformation of Group Representations  3. Representations of Galois Groups and Modular Forms. 3.1. Modular Forms on Adele Groups of GL(2). 3.2. Modular Galois Representations  4. Cohomology Theory of Galois Groups. 4.1. Categories and Functors. 4.2. Extension of Modules. 4.3. Group Cohomology Theory. 4.4. Duality in Galois Cohomology  5. Modular LValues and Selmer Groups. 5.1. Selmer Groups. 5.2. Adjoint Selmer Groups. 5.3. Arithmetic of Modular Adjoint LValues. 5.4. Control of Universal Deformation Rings 

This book provides a comprehensive account of a key (and perhaps the most important) theory upon which the Taylor–Wiles proof of Fermat's last theorem is based. The book begins with an overview of the theory of automorphic forms on linear algebraic groups and then covers the basic theory and results on elliptic modular forms, including a substantial simplification of the Taylor–Wiles proof by Fujiwara and Diamond. It contains a detailed exposition of the representation theory of profinite groups (including deformation theory), as well as the Euler characteristic formulas of Galois cohomology groups. The final chapter presents a proof of a nonabelian class number formula and includes several new results from the author. The book will be of interest to graduate students and researchers in number theory (including algebraic and analytic number theorists) and arithmetic algebraic geometry 
主題 
Forms, Modular


Galois theory


Homology theory

Alt Title 
Modular Forms & Galois Cohomology 
