Wiki Forcing (mathematics) Descriptive set theory utilizes both the notion of forcing from recursion theory as well as set theoretic forcing. Forcing has also been used in model http://wapedia.mobi/en/Forcing_(mathematics)
Publications Of Jouko Väänänen Set theoretic definability of logics. In J.Barwise and S. Väänänen, On Applications of Transfer Principles in model theory, In Set theory Recent http://www.math.helsinki.fi/logic/people/jouko.vaananen/jvaaST.html
Extractions: Set theory and set theoretical model theory Two axioms of set theory with applications to logic. Ann. Acad. Sci. Fenn. Ser. A I. Math. Diss. Abstract logic and set theory, I: Definability. In M.Boffa, D.van Dalen and K.McAloon, editors, Logic Colloquium '78 , pages 391-421, North-Holland, 1979. On the Hanf numbers of unbounded logics. In F.Jensen, B.Mayoh and K.Moller, editors, Proceedings from 5th Scandinavian Logic Symposium , pages 309-328, Aalborg University Press, 1979. Boolean valued models and generalized quantifiers, Annals of Mathematical Logic , 79, pages 193-225, 1980. 79:294-297, 1980. Abstract in Journal of Symbolic Logic 46(2):442-443, 1981. Abstract logic and set theory, II: Large cardinals, Journal of Symbolic Logic 47, pages 335-345, 1982. Generalized quantifiers in models of set theory. In G. Metakides, editor, Patras Logic Symposion , pages 359-371, North-Holland, 1982. Delta-extensions and Hanf numbers. Fundamenta Mathematicae Set theoretic definability of logics. In J.Barwise and S.Feferman, editors, Model Theoretic Logics , pages 599-643, Springer, 1985.
Logic And Computation Seminar At Penn And from the model theory point of view they provide a way in which to see that from a naive set theoretic point of view it is not clear why illfounded http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~lc/seminar.html
Extractions: The Logic and Computation Group is composed of faculty and graduate students from the Computer and Information Science Mathematics , and Philosophy departments, and participates in the Institute for Research in the Cognitive Sciences . The Logic and Computation group runs a weekly seminar. The seminar is open to the public and all are welcome. The seminar meets regularly during the school year on Mondays at 4:30 p.m. in room DRL 4C8 on the fourth (top) floor of the David Rittenhouse Laboratory (DRL), on the Southeast corner of 33-rd and Walnut Streets at the University of Pennsylvania. Directions may be found here . Any changes to this venue or schedule will be specifically noted. Some upcoming talks: January 28: Dimitrios Vytiniotis, University of Pennsylvania Relation algebras, well-founded induction and commutation The calculus of relations has been introduced by Alfred Tarski, in an attempt to axiomatize the theory of binary relations, without dealing with individuals (the objects being related). It has also been called "relation algebras". Ten years ago, Doornbos, Backhouse and van der Woude [1997] showed that we can characterize the notion of a well-founded relation in a similar setting, so that we end up with the ability to reason by well-founded induction at this relatively high level of abstraction.
Extended Set Theory Storage Model Especially when there is an existing theory of abstraction functions and . Now the extended set theoretic model for PEOPLE means that its records look http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?ExtendedSetTheoryStorageModel
BU-CS Theory Seminar be defined using a graph theoretic model or a set theoretic model. in this Drawing on techniques from both model theory and finite semigroup theory, http://www.cs.bu.edu/groups/theory/talk.html
Extractions: Theory Seminar page The theory group generally holds a weekly seminar during the semesters. Speakers from Computer Science and other related areas speak about their own work or present interesting papers of theoretical interest. The usual timing is Friday 3-4pm and usually its in MCS135 (Computer Science Department). Recently, Hitchcock and Pavan showed that for NEXP, and under a reasonable hypothesis NP, many-one complete sets are also complete with length-increasing nonuniform reductions. We continue their work, we reduce the amount of advice necessary, consider weaker hypotheses, and give evidence that these results may be optimal. We begin one of the first investigation into this type of reduction on common complexity classes and compare it to better known reductions. We also show that under a reasonable hypothesis there are sets within PSPACE which are complete under nondeterministic polynomial time reductions, but not under deterministic polynomial time reductions. We will consider extensions to higher levels of the polynomial hierarchy and methods to weaken the given hypothesis.
Edinburgh Research Archive : Item 1842/1203 In addition to the set theoretic model corresponding to FM set theory, we also give a realizability model of this structure. The semantic structure leads us http://hdl.handle.net/1842/1203
Extractions: Search DSpace Advanced Search Home Browse Communities Titles Authors By Date Sign on to: Receive email updates My DSpace authorized users Edit Profile Help About DSpace Edinburgh Research Archive ... Foundations of Computer Science PhD thesis collection Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1842/1203 Title: Names and Binding in Type Theory Authors: SchÃ¶pp, Ulrich Supervisors: Stark, Ian Issue Date: May-2006 Publisher: University of Edinburgh. College of Science and Engineering. School of Informatics. Abstract: URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1842/1203 Type: Thesis or Dissertation; Doctoral; Doctor of Philosophy (PHD(R)) Appears in Collections: Foundations of Computer Science PhD thesis collection Files in This Item: File Description Size Format th.pdf Adobe PDF View/Open DSpace Software MIT and Hewlett-Packard Feedback
Asan Dabsovich Taimanov (obituary) Your browser may not have a PDF reader available. Google recommends visiting our text version of this document. http://www.iop.org/EJ/article/0036-0279/45/5/M05/RMS_45_5_M05.pdf