Tag Archives: Langlands

LMFDB!?

The LMFDB has gone live! I previously expressed on this blog a somewhat muted opinion about certain aspects of the website’s functionality, and it seems that my complaints have mainly been addressed in the latest version. On the other hand, … Continue reading

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Review of Buzzard-Gee

This is a review of the paper “Slopes of Modular Forms” submitted for publication in a Simons symposium proceedings volume. tl;dr: This paper is a nice survey article on questions concerning the slopes of modular forms. Buzzard has given a … Continue reading

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Derived Langlands

Although it has been in the air for some time, it seems as though ideas from derived algebraic geometry have begun to inform developments in the Langlands program. (A necessary qualifier: I am talking about reciprocity in the classical arithmetic … Continue reading

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The Artin conjecture is rubbish

Let be a continuous irreducible representation. Artin conjectured that the L-function is analytically continues to an entire function on (except for the trivial representation where the is a simple pole at one) and satisfies a functional equation of a precise … Continue reading

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Scholze on Torsion, Part IV

This is a continuation of Part I, Part II, and Part III. I was planning to start talking about Chapter IV, instead, this will be a very soft introduction to a few lines on page 72. At this point, we … Continue reading

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Scholze on Torsion, Part III

This is a continuation of Part I and Part II. Before I continue along to section V.3, I want to discuss an approach to the problem of constructing Galois representations from the pre-Scholze days. Let’s continue with the same notation … Continue reading

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Scholze on Torsion, Part I

This is a sequel to this post, although as it turns out we still won’t actually get to anything substantial — or indeed anything beyond an introduction — in this post. Let me begin with some overview. Suppose that is … Continue reading

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