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Now if we have the ﬁeld kj and an anisotropic form qj deﬁned over kj , we set kj+1 := kj (Qj ), the function ﬁeld of the projective quadric qj = 0; ij+1 (q) := iW (qj |kj+1 ); qj+1 := (qj |kj+1 )an . Since dim qj+1 < dim qj , this process will stop at some step h, namely, when dim qh ≤ 1. This number h is called the height of q. As a result, we get a tower of ﬁelds k = k0 ⊂ k1 ⊂ · · · ⊂ kh , called the generic splitting tower of M. Knebusch (see [16, §5]), and a sequence of natural numbers i0 (q), i1 (q), .

Some Conclusions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 76 92 98 References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 1 Grothendieck Category of Chow Motives Let k be any ﬁeld, and SmProj(k) the category of smooth projective varieties over k. We deﬁne the category of correspondences C (k) in the following way: the set Ob C (k) is identiﬁed with the set Ob SmProj(k) (the object corresponding to X will be denoted by [X]), and if X = i Xi is the decomposition into a disjoint union of connected components, then CHdim Xi (Xi × Y ), HomC (k) ([X], [Y ]) := i where CHdim Xi (Xi × Y ) is the Chow group of dim Xi -dimensional cycles on Xi × Y .

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