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Arithmetic Duality Theorems

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Arithmetic Duality Theorems
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Publisher: BookSurge Publishing
ISBN/ASIN: 141964274X
ISBN-13: 9781419642746
Number of pages: 347

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The book deals with duality theorems in Galois, étale and flat cohomology, for local and global fields, as well as the corresponding rings of integers. Also covered are results about cohomological dimension, finiteness and Euler-Poincaré characteristics. It can serve as a good general reference for these questions.

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