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Ax's theorem for additive power series

Kowalski, P (Wroclaw)
Thursday 14 May 2009, 14:00-15:00



Ax's theorem is a power series version of Schanuel's conjecture. It is a statement about the transcendence degree of the values of the exponential map on a linearly independent sequence of power series. I will discuss an analogous statement where the role of the exponential map is played by additive power series (in positive characteristic).


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