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On Abelianized Absolute Galois Group of Global Function Fields

  title={On Abelianized Absolute Galois Group of Global Function Fields},
  author={Bart de Smit and Pavel Solomatin},
  journal={arXiv: Number Theory},
The main purpose of this paper is to describe the abelian part $\mathcal G^{ab}_{K}$ of the absolute Galois group of a global function field $K$ as pro-finite group. We will show that the characteristic $p$ of $K$ and the non $p$-part of the class group of $K$ are determined by $\mathcal G^{ab}_{K}$. The converse is almost true: isomorphism type of $\mathcal G_K^{ab}$ as pro-finite group is determined by the invariant $d_K$ of the constant field $\mathbb F_q$ introduced in first section and the… 
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