Algebraic Number Theory: Proceedings of an Instructional by J. W. S. Cassels, A. Frohlich
By J. W. S. Cassels, A. Frohlich
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6. Totally Ramified Extensions The notation here, and in $ 7 to 9, is that introduced in 5 5. v. ring, K is complete and L is a finite, separable extension field of K. A polynomial g(X) in K[X] is separable if (g(X), g’(X)) = 1. +b,X+bO, (1) t See E. Noether, Normalbasis bei Kiirpern ohne hiihere Verzweigung, Creole 1931. $ See R. S. Swan, Induced Representations and Projective Modules, Ann. of Math. 4. LOCAL 23 FIELDS with trg(bJ 2 1 for i = 1,. . , m- 1, and u&J = 1. (The condition of separability on either L or E(x) is not really necessary for the following theorem.
The composite field of non-ramified extensions L and L in a given separable closure of K is non-ramified. The union K, of all non-ramified extensions L of K in a given separable closure of K is called the maximal non-ramified extension of K. COROLLARY 2. Every finite extension of K in K,,, is non-ramiJied. The Galois group I’(K,,JK) is isomorphic (as a topological group) with the Galois group I’(P/k) of the separable closure 7i” of k. Application (see Chapters III and V). We suppose now that k is a finite field of characteristicp with q = pm elements.
We define l as a metric space to be the completion of k as a metric space with respect to I I. Since the field operations + , x and inverse are continuous on k they are well-defined on ff. D. COROLLARY 1. I I is non-arch. on & if and only if it is so on k. If that is so, the set of values taken by I I on k and It are the same. Proof. Use second lemma of 5 2. , the functional inequality (a fundamental IS+YI I max