By D. V. Widder

*Bulletin of the yank Mathematical Society.*1941 edition.

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In fact, if x ∈ Bb,+ and r ≥ r > 0 then vr (x) ≥ r vr (x). 3) Thus, if 0 < ρ ≤ ρ < 1 we have + + B+ [ρ,ρ ] = Bρ ⊂ Bρ b,+ where for a compact interval I ⊂]0, 1[ we note B+ I for the completion of B + + with respect to the (| · |ρ )ρ∈I , and Bρ := B{ρ} . One deduces that for any ρ0 ∈]0, 1[, B+ ρ0 is stable under ϕ and B+ = ϕ n B+ ρ0 n≥0 the biggest sub-algebra of B+ ρ0 on which ϕ is bijective. Suppose E = Q p and choose ρ ∈ |F × |∩]0, 1[. Let a ∈ F such that |a| = ρ. D. hull of the ideal W (O F )[a] of W (O F ) ⊗Z p Q p .

18. When E = Fq ((π )), replacing WO E (O F ) by O F z in the preceding definitions (we set z = π ) there is an identification |Y | = |D∗ |. In fact, according to Weierstrass, any irreducible primitive f ∈ O F z has a unique irreducible unitary polynomial P ∈ O F [z] in its O F z × -orbit satisfying: P(0) = 0 and the roots of P have absolute value < 1. Then for y ∈ |D∗ |, deg(y) = [k(y) : F] and y is the distance from y to the origin of the disk D. 2. Background on the ring R For an O E -algebra A set R(A) = x (n) n≥0 | x (n) ∈ A, x (n+1) q = x (n) .

3. 4. For ∈ m F \ {0} and u = [ [ ]Q one 1/q ] Q has ϕ n (u ) = [π n ]LT ([ ] Q ) [π n−1 ]LT ([ ] Q ) and thus + (u ) = n≥0 = = ϕ n (u ) π 1 π[ 1/q ] π[ 1/q ] Q 1 Q . lim π −n [π n ]LT [ ] Q n→+∞ logLT [ ] Q ) where logLT is the logarithm of the Lubin–Tate group law LT . Moreover, one can take − (u ) = π[ 1/q ]Q and thus (u ) = logLT ([ ] Q ). 3). In fact we have the following period isomorphism. 61. The logarithm induces an isomorphism of E-Banach spaces mF , + LT ∼ −→ Bϕ=π −→ logLT [ ] Q . 62.