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Modularity of residual Galois extensions and the Eisenstein ideal
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Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 372 (2019), 8043-8065 Request permission

Abstract:

For a totally real field $F$, a finite extension $\mathbf {F}$ of $\mathbf {F}_p$, and a Galois character $\chi : G_F \to \mathbf {F}^{\times }$ unramified away from a finite set of places $\Sigma \supset \{\mathfrak {p} \mid p\}$, consider the Bloch–Kato Selmer group $H:=H^1_{\Sigma }(F, \chi ^{-1})$. The authors previously proved that the number $d$ of isomorphism classes of (nonsemisimple, reducible) residual representations ${\overline \rho }$ giving rise to lines in $H$ which are modular by some $\rho _f$ (also unramified outside $\Sigma$) satisfies $d \geq n:= \dim _{\mathbf {F}} H$. This was proved under the assumption that the order of a congruence module is greater than or equal to that of a divisible Selmer group. We show here that if in addition the relevant local Eisenstein ideal $J$ is nonprincipal, then $d >n$. When $F=\mathbf {Q}$ we prove the desired bounds on the congruence module and the Selmer group. We also formulate a congruence condition implying the nonprincipality of $J$ that can be checked in practice, allowing us to furnish examples where $d>n$.
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Additional Information
  • Tobias Berger
  • Affiliation: School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Sheffield, Hicks Building, Hounsfield Road, Sheffield S3 7RH, United Kingdom
  • MR Author ID: 830077
  • Krzysztof Klosin
  • Affiliation: Queens College, City University of New York, Queens, New York 11367
  • MR Author ID: 842947
  • Email: krzysztof.klosin@yahoo.com; kklosin@qc.cuny.edu
  • Received by editor(s): October 17, 2018
  • Received by editor(s) in revised form: March 3, 2019, and March 6, 2019
  • Published electronically: June 3, 2019
  • Additional Notes: The first author’s research was supported by EPSRC Grant #EP/R006563/1.
    The second author was supported by Young Investigator Grant #H98230-16-1-0129 from the National Security Agency, by Collaboration for Mathematicians Grant #578231 from the Simons Foundation, and by a PSC–CUNY award jointly funded by the Professional Staff Congress and the City University of New York.
  • © Copyright 2019 American Mathematical Society
  • Journal: Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 372 (2019), 8043-8065
  • MSC (2010): Primary 11F80; Secondary 11F33, 11R34
  • DOI: https://doi.org/10.1090/tran/7851
  • MathSciNet review: 4029689