iAG 
Algebraic Groups (algebraic group schemes over fields) 
v1.20; 29 January 2015; 373 pages; revised Parts A,B. 
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AGS 
Basic Theory of Affine Group Schemes 
v1.00; 11 March 2012; 275 pages 
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LAG 
Lie Algebras, Algebraic Groups, and Lie Groups 
v2.00; 5 May 2013; 186 pages 
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RG 
Reductive Groups 
v1.00; 11 March 2012; 77 pages 
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The goal of this project is to make it possible for everyone to learn the essential theory of
algebraic group schemes (especially reductive groups), Lie algebras, Lie groups,
and arithmetic subgroups with the minimum of prerequisites and the minimum of effort. In
particular, it should not be necessary to learn the subject twice, once using 1950s style
algebraic geometry, and then again using modern algebraic geometry.
Nor should it be necessary to read EGA first.
Of course, there is considerable overlap between the notes.
My hope is to publish iAG and LAG (eventually).
iAG: Algebraic Groups: An introduction to the
theory of algebraic group schemes over fields
This book represents my attempt to write a modern successor to the three
standard works, all titled "Linear Algebraic
Groups," by Borel, Humphreys, and Springer. More
specifically, it is an introduction to the theory of algebraic group schemes
over fields, based on modern algebraic geometry, but with minimal prerequisites.
v1.00 (September 20, 2014). First version on the web (331 pages).
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v1.20 (January 29, 2015). Revised Parts A,B (373 pages).
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v2.00 (Available Spring, 2015). Will be significantly rewritten and completed.
AGS: Basic Theory of Affine Group Schemes
This is a modern exposition of the basic theory of affine group
schemes. Although the emphasis is on affine group schemes of finite
type over a field, we also discuss more general objects, for example, affine group
schemes not of finite type and base rings not fields. "Basic" means that we do not investigate the detailed
structure of reductive groups using root data except in the final
survey chapter. Prerequisites have been
held to a minimum: all the reader really needs is a knowledge of some
basic commutative algebra and a little of the language of algebraic
geometry. The first 17 chapters are fairly complete, but require
revision; the final chapter has yet to be written.
LAG: Lie Algebras, Algebraic Groups, and Lie Groups
These notes are an introduction to Lie algebras,
algebraic groups, and Lie groups in characteristic zero, emphasizing the
relationships between these objects visible in their categories of
representations. Eventually these notes will consist of three chapters, each
about 100 pages long, and a short appendix. The first chapter (Lie algebras) is mostly
complete, the second (algebraic groups) treats only semisimple groups in detail, the third (Lie groups)
has yet to be written, and the appendix (a survey of arithmetic subgroups) is complete. The notes will
be largely independent of AGS.
v2.00 (May 5, 2013; 186 pages). Major revision.
RG: Reductive Groups
Eventually it is intended that these
notes will provide a detailed exposition of the theory of reductive algebraic
groups (in about 300 pages). At present only the first chapter on split
reductive groups over arbitrary fields exists. The notes will refer to AGS for proofs, but otherwise will be largely independent.
History
v0.00 (May 22, 2005; 219 pages). Posted as Algebraic Groups and Arithmetic Groups (AAG).
v1.00 (April 27, 2009; 192 pages). First version of expanded notes (first two chapters only).
Posted as Algebraic Groups, Lie Groups, and their Arithmetic Subgroups (ALA).
v2.00 (April 27, 2010; 378 pages). Posted new version of all six chapters.
v3.00 (April 1, 2011; 422 pages). Major revision (now seven chapters).
v1.00 (March 11, 2012; 494 pages). Major revision; split into three (AGS, LAG, and RG).
September 20, 2014. Added iAG.
Algebraic Groups, Lie Groups, and their Arithmetic Subgroups
This work has been replaced by the above three, and will not be revised or corrected.
pdf file for the current version (3.00)
This work is a modern exposition of the theory of algebraic
groups (affine group schemes), Lie algebras, Lie groups, and their arithmetic subgroups.
Contents
I: Basic Theory of Algebraic Groups
Definition;
examples;
some basic constructions;
affine groups and Hopf algebras;
affine groups and affine group schemes;
group theory: subgroups and quotient groups;
representations of affine groups;
group theory: the isomorphism theorems;
recovering a group from its representations; Jordan decompositions;
characterizations of categories of representations;
finite flat affine groups;
the connected components of an algebraic group;
groups of multiplicative type; tori;
unipotent affine groups;
solvable affine groups;
the structure of algebraic groups;
the spin groups;
the classical semisimple groups;
the exceptional semisimple groups;
tannakian categories.
II: Lie Algebras and Algebraic Groups
The Lie algebra of an algebraic group;
Lie algebras and algebraic groups;
nilpotent and solvable Lie algebras;
unipotent algebraic groups and nilpotent Lie algebras;
semisimple Lie algebras and algebraic groups;
semisimplicity of representations
III: The Structure of Semisimple Lie Algebras and Algebraic Groups in Characteristic Zero
Root systems and their classification;
structure of semisimple Lie algebras and their representations;
structure of semisimple algebraic groups and their representations;
real Lie algebras and real algebraic groups;
reductive groups.
IV: Lie groups
Lie groups; Lie groups and algebraic groups; compact topological groups
V: The Structure of Reductive Groups: the split case
Split reductive groups: the program;
the root datum of a split reductive group;
Borel fixed point theorem and applications;
parabolic subgroups and roots;
root data and their classification;
construction of split reductive groups: the existence theorem;
construction of isogenies of split reductive groups: the isogeny theorem;
representations of split reductive groups.
VI: The Structure of Reductive Groups: general case
The cohomology of algebraic groups: applications;
Classical groups and algebras with involution;
relative root systems and the anisotropic kernel
VII: Arithmetic groups