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Finite Group Schemes by Richard Pink

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Finite Group Schemes
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Publisher: ETH Zurich
Number of pages: 78

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The aim of the lecture course is the classification of finite commutative group schemes over a perfect field of characteristic p, using the classical approach by contravariant Dieudonne theory. The theory is developed from scratch; emphasis is placed on complete proofs. No prerequisites other than a good knowledge of algebra and the basic properties of categories and schemes are required.

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