Algebras and Involutions(en)(40s) by Garrett P.

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Thus, the primes p lying over p in k remain prime in K. For there to exist β ∈ K so that pi = NormK/k β it is necessary (though not sufficient) that there be a prime ideal in K lying over p with residue class field extension of degree i over Z/p, but we have arranged that the residue class field extension degree is n. Thus, pi is not a norm for 1 ≤ i < n, and A(p) is a division algebra. Thus, by the proposition, A(p) has involution of second kind with central fixed field ko . Remark: The above construction of non-trivial division algebras with involutions of second kind fails over local fields such as Qp , since for p = 1 mod n the nth roots of unity already lie inside Qp , so we do not obtain a dihedral Galois extension in the first place.

Thus, we want i τ = βσ i τ σi πi applied to the left-hand side of the desired equality, we obtain τ = σi τ σi which indeed follows immediately from τ στ = σ −1 . /// We can find a situation meeting the hypotheses of the proposition as follows. Fix an integer n, let ζn be a primitive nth root of unity, and let ξn = ζn + ζn−1 , k = Q(ζn ), ko = Q(ξn ). Let p be a rational prime which splits completely in k, that is, p = 1 mod n. ) Let D be a squarefree rational integer which is a primitive root modulo p, and which is relatively prime to n.

Let p be the characteristic of o/p, and let q be the cardinality of o/p. Let A be a finite-dimensional central simple algebra over k, of dimension d2 . Let µ be a fixed additive Haar measure on A, and define the modular function ∆ on α ∈ A by µ(αE) = ∆(α) · µ(E) for every measurable set E in A. From the definition, for any x, y ∈ A ∆(xy) = ∆(x) · ∆(y) Define O = {β ∈ A : ∆(β) ≤ 1} P = {β ∈ A : ∆(β) < 1} U = {β ∈ A : ∆(β) = 1} For any subfield K of A (containing k), the algebra A is a finite-dimensional K-vectorspace, so is isomorphic as topological vectorspace to a cartesian product of some number m of copies of K.

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