By Vladimir Platonov, Andrei Rapinchuk, Rachel Rowen
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In several instances it is convenient to view an algebraic group G as a Zariski-closed subset not only of GL,(R) but of the matrix algebra M,(R) as well. This can always be achieved by increasing n (called the degree of G) by 1. Indeed, it suffices to realize GL,(R) itself as a closed subset of Mn+l(R). The desired embedding is given by In this book we shall study algebraic groups defined over a subfield K of R, usually either an algebraic number field or its completion. In this regard, recall that an algebraic group G c GL,(R) is said to be defined over K(or simply a K-group) if a, the ideal of the coordinate ring A of GL,(R) consisting of those polynomials that vanish on G, is generated by a~ = a n AK, where AK = K[x11, .
Then the image of G i in Mnd(K) under Q is defined by the equations (where 0 in the last equation denotes the zero matrix in Md(K)). 3) in GLn(R). Then GI is the desired algebraic K-group. Note that G = RLIK(G) is independent of the choice of the base L/K (up to K-isomorphism). -algebra L@K K. Note that L@K K 2 Kd, the embedding of L in Kd obtained by x H (01 (x), . . ,o ~ ( x ) ) where , 01,. . ,ad are the distinct embeddings of L in K over K . 4) GI e! Gul x . . x Godl where Gut is the subgroup of GLn(R) determined by the equations from a 2 , which is obtained by applying ~i to all polynomials in a ~ .
If X is an affine K-variety or an algebraic K-group, then cp is a bijection. Let us give a rough sketch of the main aspects of the proof (cf. Serre [l], ~oskresenskii[3, Ch. 31). , to be independent of the choice of Y in its class of K-isomorphic L/K-forms and of the choice of L-isomorphism f : X + Y), and injective. This part of the proof is formal and holds for much more general situations. The proof of Chapter 2. 2. Classification of K-forms using Galois cohomology the surjectivity of cp requires a more subtle line of reasoning and is based on the construction of twisting, which we have already encountered.
Algebraic Groups and Number Theory by Vladimir Platonov, Andrei Rapinchuk, Rachel Rowen