AAG

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AcronymDefinition
AAGAssociation of American Geographers (Washington, DC)
AAGAmerican Association of Geographers (Washington, DC)
AAGAssistant Attorney General
AAGAboriginal Art Gallery (Australia)
AAGAlaska Air Group (aviation)
AAGAir and Ground (freight transportation services)
AAGat a Glance
AAGAllgemeine Anthroposophische Gesellschaft (German: General Anthroposophical Society)
AAGAustralian Association of Gerontology
AAGAsia-America Gateway (submarine communications cable system)
AAGAllied Arts Guild (Menlo Park, CA)
AAGAsociación Argentina de Golf
AAGAssistant Adjutant General
AAGAdvanced Arresting Gear
AAGAssistant Auditor General
AAGAcademic Advisory Group (various organizations)
AAGAdvanced Analytics Group (Bain & Company; Los Angeles, CA)
AAGAffirmative Action Group (Zimbabwe)
AAGAnti-Aircraft Gun
AAGArithmetic Algebraic Geometry (math conference)
AAGAeromedical Airlift Group
AAGAustralian Acoustic Generator (minesweeping device)
AAGAlpha-Acid Glycoprotein
AAGArmy Artillery Group (Opposing Forces)
AAGAcute Angle Closure Glaucoma
AAGAssociation of American Geologists
AAGAthletics Association of Guyana (formerly Amateur Athletic Association of Guyana)
AAGAsociación Audubon de Guatemala (Audubon Association of Guatemala)
AAGAmis Aquariophiles Gouesnou (French: Aquarist Friends Gouesnou; Gouesnou, France)
AAGAS/400 Advocacy Group (IBM AS/400 midrange system)
AAGAnciennes Automobiles du Gier (French car club)
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Scholze from Germany was awarded the prize for his work in arithmetic algebraic geometry. "There are an infinite number of problems.
Objective: The proposed project concerns p-adic Hodge Theory, a major area of arithmetic algebraic geometry; it owes its existence to the 1968 observation of John Tate that the well-known Hodge decomposition of the singular cohomology of a complex manifold should have a p-adic analogue, in which the singular cohomology is replaced by the p-adic etale cohomology.
Eleven contributions are selected from the eight working groups in the areas of elliptic surfaces and the Mahler measure, analytic number theory, number theory in functions fields and algebraic geometry over finite fields, arithmetic algebraic geometry, K-theory and algebraic number theory, arithmetic geometry, modular forms, and arithmetic intersection theory.
Erudite, insightful, thought-provoking, "Generalized Serre-Tate Ordinary Theory" is highly recommended for academic library Mathematic Studies reference collections and the supplemental reading lists for students and researchers working with arithmetic algebraic geometry and number theory.