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The heights of formal $ A$-modules

Author: William C. Waterhouse
Journal: Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 46 (1974), 332-334
MSC: Primary 14L05
MathSciNet review: 0347837
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Abstract: Let $ A$ be a discrete valuation ring, finite over $ {{\mathbf{Z}}_p}$, acting on a commutative formal Lie group of height $ h$. Then $ h$ is a multiple of $ \vert A:{{\mathbf{Z}}_p}\vert$; and if $ A$ acts on the tangent space by scalar multiplications, the dimension of the group is at most $ h/\vert A:{{\mathbf{Z}}_p}\vert$.

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