Tate duality and ramification of division algebras. (English) Zbl 1025.11036

This is a survey paper without proofs. The author considers a ramification theory for division algebras with imperfect residue class field. He uses this theory for an application to the Tate duality for Jacobian varieties over finite extensions of \(\mathbb{Q}_p\).
Reviewer: H.Koch (Berlin)


11S25 Galois cohomology
16K20 Finite-dimensional division rings
11S45 Algebras and orders, and their zeta functions
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