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Lectures On Galois Cohomology of Classical Groups

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Lectures On Galois Cohomology of Classical Groups
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Publisher: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
Number of pages: 212

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The main result is the Hasse principle for the one-dimensional Galois cohomology of simply connected classical groups over number fields. For most groups, this result is closely related to other types of Hasse principle. Some of these are well known, in particular those for quadratic forms.

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