*Peter Scholze and Jared Weinstein*

- Published in print:
- 2020
- Published Online:
- January 2021
- ISBN:
- 9780691202082
- eISBN:
- 9780691202150
- Item type:
- chapter

- Publisher:
- Princeton University Press
- DOI:
- 10.23943/princeton/9780691202082.003.0005
- Subject:
- Mathematics, Geometry / Topology

This chapter analyzes a collection of complements in the theory of adic spaces. These complements include adic morphisms, analytic adic spaces, and Cartier divisors. It turns out that there is a very ...
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This chapter analyzes a collection of complements in the theory of adic spaces. These complements include adic morphisms, analytic adic spaces, and Cartier divisors. It turns out that there is a very general criterion for sheafyness. In general, uniformity does not guarantee sheafyness, but a strengthening of the uniformity condition does. Moreover, sheafyness, without any extra assumptions, implies other good properties. Ultimately, it is not immediately clear how to get a good theory of coherent sheaves on adic spaces. The chapter then considers Cartier divisors on adic spaces. The term closed Cartier divisor is meant to evoke a closed immersion of adic spaces.Less

This chapter analyzes a collection of complements in the theory of adic spaces. These complements include adic morphisms, analytic adic spaces, and Cartier divisors. It turns out that there is a very general criterion for sheafyness. In general, uniformity does not guarantee sheafyness, but a strengthening of the uniformity condition does. Moreover, sheafyness, without any extra assumptions, implies other good properties. Ultimately, it is not immediately clear how to get a good theory of coherent sheaves on adic spaces. The chapter then considers Cartier divisors on adic spaces. The term closed Cartier divisor is meant to evoke a closed immersion of adic spaces.

*Peter Scholze and Jared Weinstein*

- Published in print:
- 2020
- Published Online:
- January 2021
- ISBN:
- 9780691202082
- eISBN:
- 9780691202150
- Item type:
- chapter

- Publisher:
- Princeton University Press
- DOI:
- 10.23943/princeton/9780691202082.003.0018
- Subject:
- Mathematics, Geometry / Topology

This chapter explores v-sheaves associated with perfect and formal schemes. The more general formalism of v-sheaves makes it possible to consider not only analytic adic spaces as diamonds, but also ...
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This chapter explores v-sheaves associated with perfect and formal schemes. The more general formalism of v-sheaves makes it possible to consider not only analytic adic spaces as diamonds, but also certain non-analytic objects as v-sheaves. The chapter first analyzes the behavior on topological spaces. Let X be any pre-adic space over Zp. This is not a diamond, but the chapter shows that it is a v-sheaf. It assesses some properties of this construction. The chapter then looks at applications to local models and integral models of Rapoport-Zink spaces. By passage to the maximal unramified extension and Galois descent, one can assume that k is algebraically closed.Less

This chapter explores v-sheaves associated with perfect and formal schemes. The more general formalism of v-sheaves makes it possible to consider not only analytic adic spaces as diamonds, but also certain non-analytic objects as v-sheaves. The chapter first analyzes the behavior on topological spaces. Let *X* be any pre-adic space over **Z**p. This is not a diamond, but the chapter shows that it is a v-sheaf. It assesses some properties of this construction. The chapter then looks at applications to local models and integral models of Rapoport-Zink spaces. By passage to the maximal unramified extension and Galois descent, one can assume that *k* is algebraically closed.

*Peter Scholze and Jared Weinstein*

- Published in print:
- 2020
- Published Online:
- January 2021
- ISBN:
- 9780691202082
- eISBN:
- 9780691202150
- Item type:
- chapter

- Publisher:
- Princeton University Press
- DOI:
- 10.23943/princeton/9780691202082.003.0016
- Subject:
- Mathematics, Geometry / Topology

This chapter addresses Drinfeld's lemma for diamonds. It proves a local analogue of Drinfeld's lemma, thereby giving a first nontrivial argument involving diamonds. This lecture is entirely about ...
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This chapter addresses Drinfeld's lemma for diamonds. It proves a local analogue of Drinfeld's lemma, thereby giving a first nontrivial argument involving diamonds. This lecture is entirely about fundamental groups. A diamond is defined to be connected if it is not the disjoint union of two open subsheaves. For a connected diamond, finite étale covers form a Galois category. As such, for a geometric point, one can define a profinite group, such that finite sets are equivalent to finite étale covers. In this proof, the chapter uses the formalism of diamonds rather heavily to transport finite étale maps between different presentations of a diamond as the diamond of an analytic adic space.Less

This chapter addresses Drinfeld's lemma for diamonds. It proves a local analogue of Drinfeld's lemma, thereby giving a first nontrivial argument involving diamonds. This lecture is entirely about fundamental groups. A diamond is defined to be connected if it is not the disjoint union of two open subsheaves. For a connected diamond, finite étale covers form a Galois category. As such, for a geometric point, one can define a profinite group, such that finite sets are equivalent to finite étale covers. In this proof, the chapter uses the formalism of diamonds rather heavily to transport finite étale maps between different presentations of a diamond as the diamond of an analytic adic space.