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By Pierre Simon

ISBN-10: 1107057752

ISBN-13: 9781107057753

The examine of NIP theories has acquired a lot recognition from version theorists within the final decade, fuelled by means of functions to o-minimal constructions and valued fields. This ebook, the 1st to be written on NIP theories, is an creation to the topic that may entice somebody drawn to version concept: graduate scholars and researchers within the box, in addition to these in close by parts reminiscent of combinatorics and algebraic geometry. with out residing on anyone specific subject, it covers the entire simple notions and offers the reader the instruments had to pursue learn during this quarter. An attempt has been made in each one bankruptcy to provide a concise and stylish route to the most effects and to emphasize the main beneficial principles. specific emphasis is wear sincere definitions, dealing with of indiscernible sequences and measures. The appropriate fabric from different fields of arithmetic is made available to the truth seeker.

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1. 7. If D = φ(U) is a B-definable set, then the structure Dind (B) eliminates quantifiers: The formula ∃x(R (x, y)) is equivalent to R (y) where (y) = ∃x(φ(x) ∧ (x; y)). In particular Dind (B) is NIP (resp. stable) if T is. If D is a ∅-definable set, then D is stably embedded if and only if Dind (∅) has the same definable sets as Dind (B) , for any B ⊂ U. If M ≺ U is a model, then Mind (∅) is just an expansion by definitions of the structure M . However, if we replace ∅ by some B ⊂ U not included in M , we might get new definable sets.

Later results generalize previous ones, so there is some redundancy. 30. Let (I, ≤) be a linear order. A convex equivalence relation ∼ on I is an equivalence relation all of whose classes are convex sets. The equivalence relation ∼ is said to be finite if it has finitely many classes. 4. Shrinking of indiscernible sequences 39 If ∼ is a convex equivalence relation on (I, ≤), we extend ∼ to cartesian powers of I: if i¯ = (i1 , . . , in ), j¯ = (j1 , . . , jn ) ∈ In , then we set i¯ ∼ j¯ if the tuples i¯ and j¯ have the quantifier-free type in the structure (I; ≤) and ik ∼ jk for all k.

Let φ(x, ¯ y; b) ∈ L(U) with x¯ = (x1 , . . , xn ). Then ¯ j¯ ∈ In , we have there is a finite convex equivalence relation ∼ on I such that for i, i¯ ∼ j¯ ⇒ ∀e ∈ A, φ(ai¯, e; b) ↔ φ(aj¯, e; b). Proof. 32, except that instead of naming the sequence I , we name the product A × I (as a subset of M eq ). Take M a model containing A, I and b, and consider the pair (M, A × I ). 17, there is an elementary extension (M, A × I ) ≺ (M , A × I ) ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ 40 3. Honest definitions and applications and a formula (x1 , .

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