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Syntomic topology

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In algebraic geometry, the syntomic topology is a Grothendieck topology introduced by Fontaine & Messing (1987).

Mazur defined a morphism to be syntomic if it is flat and locally a complete intersection. The syntomic topology is generated by surjective syntomic morphisms of affine schemes.

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Syntomic topology Wikipedia


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