6 edition of Simple Theories found in the catalog.
February 23, 2000
by Kluwer Academic Publishers
Written in English
Mathematics and Its Applications
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
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This book is a self-contained, up-to-date introduction to simple theories and the model theory of hyperimaginaries, with special attention to Lascar strong types and elimination of hyperimaginary problems. Assuming only knowledge of general model theory, the foundations of forking, stability, and simplicity are presented in full by: No prior knowledge of stability theory is assumed; in fact many stability-theoretic results follow either from more general propositions, or are developed in side remarks.
Audience: This book is intended both as an introduction to simplicity theory accessible to graduate students with some knowledge of model theory, and as a reference work for. Simple theories. [Frank O Wagner] -- "The basic theory of forking independence is developed, and its properties in a simple structure are analyzed.
No prior-knowledge of stability theory is assumed. show that, in a simple theory, a type forks if and only if the rank drops.
Finally, we study Shelah’s original rank (which includes a fourth parameter) and show that stable theories are simple. Section 4: We show that for simple theories it is consistent to have a.
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This book is an up-to-date introduction to simple theories and hyperimaginaries, with special attention to Lascar strong types and elimination of hyperimaginary problems. Assuming only knowledge of general model theory, the foundations of forking, stability, and simplicity are presented in full detail.
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