By Jean-Louis Colliot-Thelene, Kazuya Kato, Paul Vojta, Edoardo Ballico

This quantity comprises 3 lengthy lecture sequence through J.L. Colliot-Thelene, Kazuya Kato and P. Vojta. Their issues are respectively the relationship among algebraic K-theory and the torsion algebraic cycles on an algebraic kind, a brand new method of Iwasawa conception for Hasse-Weil L-function, and the functions of arithemetic geometry to Diophantine approximation. They include many new effects at a truly complex point, but in addition surveys of the cutting-edge at the topic with whole, unique profs and many historical past. consequently they are often priceless to readers with very diverse heritage and event. CONTENTS: J.L. Colliot-Thelene: Cycles algebriques de torsion et K-theorie algebrique.- okay. Kato: Lectures at the method of Iwasawa idea for Hasse-Weil L-functions.- P. Vojta: functions of mathematics algebraic geometry to diophantine approximations.

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On a l e r6sultat g6n6ral suivant (cf. [CSS] Cor. 2 p. 1. - - Soft k un corps local, et X une k-varigt~ Ifsse. Alors pour tout entfer n > O, Ic sous-groupe de n-torsion nCH2(X) est un groupe fini. 2 : le groupe nCH2(X) est un sous-quotient du groupe de cohomologie 6tale Her(X, a #,®2). ,,®j~j (q > 0) et celle des groupes Hr(Gal(k/k), F ) (p > 0) pour k local et F u n Gal(k/k)-modute fini. Le th6orbme suivant avait 6t6 obtenu sous des hypoth6ses plus restrictives darts [CR1]. 3 ci-dessous qui permet d'aller un peu plus loin, en 61iminant les hypothbses du type : H i ( X , COz) = 0, ou X (ou Albx) a bonne r6duction.

Le groupe F °, quotient de Ha(k, Qt/lt(2)), est fini, donc nul dans C, car k est u n corps de hombres. 4), donc nul dans C. On a une injection F 2 / F 1 ~ HI(k,H~,(-R, QI/II(2)). Dans C, on a une surjection H2(k,H~t(-'R, Qt/ll(2))) ~ F 1 / F °. Sous l'hypoth~se que k est u n corps de hombres, Jannsen ([J], Cor. 7 (b) p. 355) a 6tabli l'existence d'un entier r _> 0 (d6pendant a priori de l - et qu'on peut choisir nul pour presque tout l) et d'une surjection (Ql/Zl) r ,, H2(k, H~,('X, Qn/Zt(2)) °) (M ° d6signe le sous-groupe divisible maximal d'un groupe M).

J] Remark 5 p. 349). I1 reste donc £ ~tablir le th6orbme suivant ([CR3], Prop. 3. - - Soit X une varidtd projective, lilac, gdomdtriquement connexe sur un corps local k. Le groupe g 1(G, Ke-f~(z)/Y°(-)~, 162)) = Ker px: He(G, H°( -R, 162)) ~ He(G, ge"k(X)) est un groupe fini. 7, dont nous reprenons les notations. Supposons d i m ( X ) > 1. Soit Y C X une section hyperplane lisse. La fl~ehe de restriction He(G, H ° ( ~ , K : e ) ) ----+ He(G, H ° ( Y , K : e ) ) i n d u i t une fl~che Ker(px) - - ~ ger(py).

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