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Since T is the tangent cone to X at p, this completes the proof of our assertion. 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.

It follows that again we may (1) (1) (1) (1) choose vr+1 , . . , vN arbitrarily, and then v1 , . . , vr are determined uniquely such that the coefficient of tm+e+2 in R∗ (u) · F (u + tm+1 v) is zero. Continuing this way we see that we can find v such that F (u + tm+1 v) = 0. This concludes the proof of our claim. Since the fiber over u in ψm+1 (J∞ (M )) corresponds to those (0) (0) (v1 , . . , vN ) such that there is v with F (u + tm+1 v) = 0, it follows from our description that this is a linear subspace of codimension r of AN .

Note that if there is v such that ord F (u + tm+1 v) ≥ m + e + 1, then as above we get that ord(R∗ (u) · F (u)) ≥ m + e + 1. We deduce that if u can be lifted to Jm+e (M ), then u can be lifted to J∞ (M ), which proves i). 3) in our locally closed subset of Jm (M ), the inclusion ψm+1 (Conte (JacM )) ⊆ Jm (M ) × AN is, at least set-theoretically, an affine bundle with fiber AN −r . This proves ii) and completes the proof of the proposition. 3. It follows from the above proof that the assertions of the proposition hold also for a locally complete intersection scheme (the scheme does not have to be reduced).

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