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3. Spaces of arcs We now consider the projective limit of the jet schemes. Suppose that X is a scheme of finite type over k. Since the projective system · · · → Jm (X) → Jm−1 (X) → · · · → J0 (X) = X consists of affine morphisms, the projective limit exists in the category of schemes over k. It is denoted by J∞ (X) and it is called the space of arcs of X. In general, it is not of finite type over k. The space of arcs comes equipped with projection morphisms ψm : J∞ (X) → Jm (X) that are affine. In particular, we have ψ0 : J∞ (X) → X.

We denote by u ∈ (k[t]/(tm+1 ))N the lifting of u having each entry of degree ≤ p. The fiber of πm,p over u consists of those u + tp+1 v such that f (u + tp+1 v) = 0 in (k[t]/(tm+1 ))N . Here v = (v1 , . . , vN ) (j) where vi = m−p−1 vi tj . j=0 Denote by J(u) the Jacobian matrix (∂fi (u)/∂xj )i≤r,j≤N . 5) f (u + tp+1 v) = f (u) + tp+1 · J(u)v (there are no further terms since 2(p + 1) ≥ m + 1). Note that by assumption we can write f (u) = tp+1 g(u) where g(u) = m−p−1 gi,j (u)tj )i . 6) −g(u) = J(u) · v, m−p ))r .

1) Hom(Spec(A), Jm (X)) Hom(Spec A[t]/(tm+1 ), X). In particular, the k–valued points of Jm (X) are in bijection with the k[t]/(tm+1 )– valued points of X. 1) describe the functor of points of Jm (X). It follows that if Jm (X) exists, then it is unique up to a canonical isomorphism. Note that if the jet schemes Jm (X) and Jp (X) exist and if m > p, then we have a canonical projection πm,p : Jm (X) → Jp (X). 1): the induced map Hom(Spec A[t]/(tm+1 ), X) → Hom(Spec A[t]/(tp+1 ), X) 508 20 4 ˘ LAWRENCE EIN AND MIRCEA MUSTAT ¸A is induced by the truncation morphism A[t]/(tm+1 ) → A[t]/(tp+1 ).

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