On \(\ell\)-adic representations attached to modular forms. (English) Zbl 0302.10027


11F03 Modular and automorphic functions
11F12 Automorphic forms, one variable
11S31 Class field theory; \(p\)-adic formal groups
14G20 Local ground fields in algebraic geometry
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