By Michel Raynaud

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A permutation a of a finite set, say the set of integers { 1 , 2 , . . , n. a(n)\ \ 1 2 ••• n J ' We can chooseCT(1)in n different ways, and then we can choose

The cardinality of a set S is denoted by |£|. It can be shown that cardinals are linearly ordered by defining l^l < \T\ to mean that there is an injection from 5 to T. The assertion that cardinals are partially ordered under this 34 LECTURE L2: CURVES AND SURFACES binary relation, is known as the Schroeder-Bernstein Theorem; we can reformulate it by saying that if there are injections S —> T and T —> S then there is a bijection S —> T. To see that this partial order is a linear order, what we need to prove is that given any sets S and T, either there exists an injection from S to T, or there exists an injection from T to S.

G is an additive abelian group which is also an ordered set such that for all x, y, x', y' in G we have: x < y and x' < y' => x + x' < y + y'. For instance G = Z or Q or R. Or G could be the set M'd' of lexicographically ordered d-tuples of real numbers r = (n,. , Sd), • • •, where lexicographic order means: r < s •*=> either n — Si for 1 < i < d, or for some j with 1 < j < d we have T\ = Si for 1 < i < j and rj < Sj. Or G could be a subgroup of any of these. Inspired by properties (VI) to (V3), we define a valuation of a field K to be a map v : K —* G\J {oo} such that for all x,y m K we have (VI) to (V3) with ord replaced by v, with the conventions about oo that: for all g G G we have g < oo and g + oo = oo, and also 00 + 00 = 00.