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# ACCEL HONORS CALC MATH 135

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Motivic and p adic integration by Francois Loeser Outline of the lectures My goal is to explain the basics of p adic integration and motivic integration and to discuss some connections with Model Theory Lecture 1 p adic integration We will explain the basics of p adic integration on smooth varieties its relation with number of points of reductions modulo 1 Oesterl 7s Theorem and applications to rationality of Poincare series work of lgusa and Denef We shall conclude by presenting Denef7s results on the measure of definable sets Lecture 2 Motivic integration Arc spaces Grothendieck rings of varieties Construction of motivic measures and basic properties Change of variable formula Ap plications to rationality results Lecture 3 Assigning virtual motives t0 de nable sets We shall explain first Chow motives Galois stratifications and quantifier elimination for pseudo finite fields Then we will be able to assign a virtual motive to definable sets We shall explain how it relates to counting points Lecture 4 Arithmetic motivic integration Using results from the previous lecture we shall round the loop by explaining how one can construct motivic integrals that spe cialize to p adic ones If time allows we shall show how this fits in a much more general framework Prerequisites Familiarity with the language of Algebraic Geometry as developed in Hartshorne7s book and with the most elementary part of Model Theory References Lecture 1 l Jlgusa An introduction to the theory of local zeta functions AMSlP Studies in Ad vanced Mathematics 14 American Mathematical Society Providence RI International Press Cambridge MA 2000 2 JDenef Arithmetic and geometric applications of quantifier elimination for valued fields Model theory algebra and geometry 1737198 Math Sci Res Inst Publ 39 Cambridge Univ Press Cambridge 2000 Lecture 2 3 JDenef F Loeser Geometry on arc spaces of algebraic varieties European Congress of Mathematics Vol I Barcelona 2000 3277348 Progr Math 201 Birkhuser Basel 2001 4 JDenef F Loeser Germs of arcs on singular algebraic varieties and motivic integration lnvent Math 135 1999 no 1 2017232 Lecture 3 4 5 MFried MJarden Field arithmetic Ergebnisse der Mathematik und ihrer Grende biete 3 ll Springer Verlag Berlin 1986 6 JDenef FLoeser Definable sets motives and p adic integrals J Amer Math Soc 4 2001 no 2 4297469 7 THales Can p adic integrals be computed mathRT0209001 8 JDenef FLoeser Motivic integration and the Grothendieck group of pseudo finite elds AG0207163 9 JDenef FLoeser On some rational generating series occuring in arithmetic geometry available at httpwwwdmaensfr loeser Project 1 The quanti er elimination Theorem of Fried and Sacerdote plays a basic role in Lecture 3 The proof presented in the book 5 Proposition 259 of is given in a very algebraic language and could be translated in more geometric terms using basic knowledge of Algebraic Geometry such as Galois Theory for coverings of schemes The project has 2 steps the first is to present a neat self contained geometric proof of Proposition 259 of the second is to find and to prove a generalization of that result over a more general base than the spectrum of a field Suggested readings for the project Familiarity with the relevant chapters of 5 and learning about geometric aspects Galois covers in 13 Project 2 The complete proof of Theorem 641 in 9 the main result in lecture 3 is scattered between 3 places 6 8 and The project would be to rearrange the arguments given or sketched in these papers to be able to write down a self contained direct proof of the Theorem Suggested readings for the project Learn basics about Chow motives in 10 A Scholl Classical motives Motives Seattle WA 1991 1637187 Proc Sym pos Pure Math 55 Part 1 Amer Math Soc Providence RI 1994 Get a look to the paper without going through proofs 11 Sdel Bao Rollin VNavarro Aznar On the motive of a quotient variety Collect Math 49 1998 no 2 3 203726 The standard modern reference for coverings of varieties and schemes is SGA1 avail able on the arXiv 12 AGrothendieck MRaynaud SGA 1 Revetements tales et groupe fondamental mathAG0206203 but this may seem somewhat arid for most A more leisurely introduction can be found in 13 J PSerre Topics in Galois theory Research Notes in Mathematics 1 Jones and Bartlett Publishers Boston MA 1992

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