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Algebraic Theory
Picard-Vessiot Theory
1.1 Diﬀerential Rings and Fields
1.2 Linear Diﬀerential Equations
1.3 Picard-Vessiot Extensions
1.4 The Diﬀerential Galois Group
1.5 Liouvillian Extensions
2.1 The Ring D = k[∂] of Diﬀerential Operators
2.2 Constructions with Diﬀerential Modules
2.3 Constructions with Diﬀerential Operators
2.4 Diﬀerential Modules and Representations
Formal Local Theory
3.1 Formal Classiﬁcation of Diﬀerential Equa-
3.1.1 Regular Singular Equations
3.1.2 Irregular Singular Equations
3.2. THE UNIVERSAL PICARD-VESSIOT RING OF K 75
3.2 The Universal Picard-Vessiot Ring of K
3.3 Newton Polygons
4.1 Rational and Exponential Solutions
4.2 Factoring Linear Operators
4.2.1 Beke’s Algorithm
4.2.2 Eigenring and Factorizations
4.3 Liouvillian Solutions
4.3.1 Group Theory
4.3.2 Liouvillian Solutions for a Diﬀerential Module
4.3.3 Liouvillian Solutions for a Diﬀerential Operator
4.3.4 Second Order Equations
4.3.5 Third Order Equations
4.4 Finite Diﬀerential Galois groups
4.4.1 Generalities on Scalar Fuchsian Equations
4.4.2 Restrictions on the Exponents
4.4.3 Representations of Finite Groups
4.4.4 A Calculation of the Accessory Parameter
4.4.5 Examples
Analytic Theory
5.1 Monodromy of a Diﬀerential Equation
5.1.1 Local Theory of Regular Singular Equations
5.1.2 Regular Singular Equations on P1
6.1 Diﬀerentials and Connections
6.2 Vector Bundles and Connections
6.3 Fuchsian Equations
6.3.1 From Scalar Fuchsian to Matrix Fuchsian
6.3.2 A Criterion for a Scalar Fuchsian Equation
6.4 The Riemann-Hilbert Problem, Weak Form
6.5 Irreducible Connections
6.6 Counting Fuchsian Equations
Exact Asymptotics
7.1 Introduction and Notation
7.2 The Main Asymptotic Existence Theorem
7.3 The Inhomogeneous Equation of Order One
7.6 The Laplace and Borel Transforms
7.7 The k-Summation Theorem
7.8 The Multisummation Theorem
8.1 Introduction
8.3 Construction of the Stokes Matrices
9.1 Introduction
9.2 The Category Gr2
9.4.1 One Level k
9.4.2 Two Levels k1 < k2
9.4.3 The General Case
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Regular Singular Diﬀerential Equations
10.3 Formal Diﬀerential Equations
10.4 Meromorphic Diﬀerential Equations
Inverse Problems
11.1 Introduction
11.2 The Inverse Problem for C((z))
11.3 Some Topics on Linear Algebraic Groups
11.4 The Local Theorem
11.5 The Global Theorem
11.6 More on Abhyankar’s Conjecture
11.7 The Constructive Inverse Problem
12.1 Introduction
12.2 The Moduli Functor
12.3 An Example
12.3.1 Construction of the Moduli Space
12.3.2 Comparison with the Meromorphic Classiﬁcation
12.3.3 Invariant Line Bundles
12.3.4 The Diﬀerential Galois Group
12.4 Unramiﬁed Irregular Singularities
12.5 The Ramiﬁed Case
12.6 The Meromorphic Classiﬁcation
Positive Characteristic
13.1 Classiﬁcation of Diﬀerential Modules
13.2.3 Example: Operators of Order Two
13.3 Iterative Diﬀerential Modules
13.3.1 Picard-Vessiot Theory and some Examples
13.3.2 Global Iterative Diﬀerential Equations
Appendices
Algebraic Geometry
A.1 Aﬃne Varieties
A.1.1 Basic Deﬁnitions and Results
A.1.2 Products of Aﬃne Varieties over k
A.1.3 Dimension of an Aﬃne Variety
A.1.4 Tangent Spaces, Smooth Points and Singular Points
A.2 Linear Algebraic Groups
A.2.1 Basic Deﬁnitions and Results
A.2.2 The Lie Algebra of a Linear Algebraic Group
A.2.3 Torsors
B.2 Aﬃne Group Schemes
B.3 Tannakian Categories
Sheaves and Cohomology
C.1 Sheaves: Deﬁnition and Examples
C.1.1 Germs and Stalks
C.1.2 Sheaves of Groups and Rings
C.1.3 From Presheaf to Sheaf
C.1.4 Moving Sheaves
C.1.5 Complexes and Exact Sequences
C.2 Cohomology of Sheaves
C.2.1 The Idea and the Formalism
D.1 The Ring of Partial Diﬀerential Operators
D.2 Picard-Vessiot Theory and some Remarks
List of Notations
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