Formal Modules for Relative Formal Lubin–Tate Groups
Relative formal Lubin–Tate groups are studied, namely, their structure, the ring of endomorphisms, and the group of points. The primary elements are considered, and an explicit formula for the generalized Hilbert symbol is derived.
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