Théorème de la clôture lq-modulaire et applications

Mustapha Chellali; El hassane Fliouet

Colloquium Mathematicae (2011)

  • Volume: 122, Issue: 2, page 275-287
  • ISSN: 0010-1354


Let K be a purely inseparable extension of a field k of characteristic p ≠ 0. Suppose that [ k : k p ] is finite. We recall that K/k is lq-modular if K is modular over a finite extension of k. Moreover, there exists a smallest extension m/k (resp. M/K) such that K/m (resp. M/k) is lq-modular. Our main result states the existence of a greatest lq-modular and relatively perfect subextension of K/k. Other results can be summarized in the following: 1. The product of lq-modular extensions over k is lq-modular over k. 2. If we augment the ground field of an lq-modular extension, the lq-modularity is preserved. Generally, for all intermediate fields K₁ and K₂ of K/k such that K₁/k is lq-modular over k, K₁(K₂)/K₂ is lq-modular. By successive application of the theorem on lq-modular closure (our main result), we deduce that the smallest extension m/k of K/k such that K/m is lq-modular is non-trivial (i.e. m ≠ K). More precisely if K/k is infinite, then K/m is infinite.

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Mustapha Chellali, and El hassane Fliouet. "Théorème de la clôture lq-modulaire et applications." Colloquium Mathematicae 122.2 (2011): 275-287. <>.

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