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 Mar28 accepted Finite dimensional central division algebras over a finite extension of $\mathbb{F}_q(T)$ Mar28 comment Finite dimensional central division algebras over a finite extension of $\mathbb{F}_q(T)$ @KCd: Do you have a reference for that? Mar28 asked Finite dimensional central division algebras over a finite extension of $\mathbb{F}_q(T)$ Mar27 accepted Components in random graphs $G(n,p)$ Mar24 asked Components in random graphs $G(n,p)$ Dec27 awarded Nice Question Dec20 awarded Constituent Dec16 awarded Caucus Dec16 accepted Bounds on eigenvalues of Hecke operator on the Jacobian Dec2 comment Bounds on eigenvalues of Hecke operator on the Jacobian @BrunoJoyal: I guess that's $2g$ where $g$ is the genus of the curve. I need to think about it a little more. Dec2 comment Bounds on eigenvalues of Hecke operator on the Jacobian You are right, I was confused (and now a little less). So, is the $l$-tate module ($l\neq p$) "suitable"? What is the dimension (lets tensor with $\mathbb{Q}_l$ to get a vector space). Nov28 revised Bounds on eigenvalues of Hecke operator on the Jacobian added 21 characters in body Nov28 comment Bounds on eigenvalues of Hecke operator on the Jacobian By the way, I'm thinking of the Jacobian as an abelian group: Divisors of degree zero modulo principal divisors. This is my starting point in this question. Nov28 revised Bounds on eigenvalues of Hecke operator on the Jacobian deleted 1 character in body Nov28 asked Bounds on eigenvalues of Hecke operator on the Jacobian Nov15 awarded Yearling Oct21 awarded Popular Question Aug18 comment The space $C_c^\infty(\mathbb{Q}_p^*)$ of smooth compactly supported functions on $\mathbb{Q}_p^*$ What you say is not equivalent to what I say. What I say allows more functions. I think that the space contains functions without "radius of constancy". For example, for each $n$, choose one coset of $1+p^n\mathbb{Z}_p$, such that the chosen cosets are pairwise disjoint, then take the characteristic function of the union of these sets. I hope what you say is true and that I am wrong. I was hoping exactly for "radius of constancy". Aug16 asked Strong Approximation for adelic quaternionic groups Aug3 asked The space $C_c^\infty(\mathbb{Q}_p^*)$ of smooth compactly supported functions on $\mathbb{Q}_p^*$