polydisc

In the context of analytic geometry, a **polydisc** is a product of discs: the analytic space which is formally dual to the Tate algebra $T_n$ (for an $n$-dimensional polydisk).

This is a basic analytic space. It is the analog in analytic geometry of the affine space $\mathbb{A}^n$ in algebraic geometry.

Every complex analytic manifold is locally isomorphic to a polydisk.

Those analytic spaces which are subspaces of polydiscs are called *affinoids*.

- Leonard Lipshitz, Zachary Robinson,
*Rings of separated power series*(pdf)

Revised on November 5, 2013 23:15:00
by Urs Schreiber
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