The Notre Dame Lectures
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Part of Lecture Notes in Logic
- Editor: Peter Cholak, University of Notre Dame, Indiana
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Since their inception, the Perspectives in Logic and Lecture Notes in Logic series have published seminal works by leading logicians. Many of the original books in the series have been unavailable for years, but they are now in print once again. In the fall of 2000, the logic community at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana hosted Greg Hjorth, Rodney G. Downey, Zoé Chatzidakis and Paola D'Aquino as visiting lecturers. Each of them presented a month-long series of expository lectures at the graduate level. This volume, the eighteenth publication in the Lecture Notes in Logic series, contains refined and expanded versions of those lectures. The four articles are entitled 'Countable models and the theory of Borel equivalence relations', 'Model theory of difference fields', 'Some computability-theoretic aspects of reals and randomness' and 'Weak fragments of Peano arithmetic'.Read more
- Includes expository articles written by four of the world's leading logicians
- Aimed at graduate students in mathematical logic
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- Publication planned for: April 2020
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- isbn: 9781108659932
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Table of Contents
1. Countable models and the theory of Borel equivalence relations Greg Hjorth
2. Model theory of difference fields Zoé Chatzidakis
3. Some computability-theoretic aspects of reals and randomness Rodney G. Downey
4. Weak fragments of Peano arithmetic Paola D'Aquino.
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