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Orateur(s) Ayhan Günaydin - Bogazici,
Titre Tame Expansions of o-minimal Structures
Date19/05/2017
Horaire14:15 à 15:45
RésumeExpanding a model theoretically “tame” structure in a way that it stays “tame” has been a theme in the recent years. In the first part of this talk, we present a history of work done in that frame. Then we focus on the case of expansions of o-minimal structures by a unary predicate. There is a dividing line according to whether the predicate is dense or discrete; even though the results obtained are similar, there is an enormous difference in the techniques used. We shall present some of the results obtained in the dense case. Starting from a set of abstract axioms, we obtain a decomposition theorem for definable sets and a local structure theorem for definable groups.
The abstract axioms mentioned above are “smallness”, “o-minimal open core” and “quantifier elimination up to existential formulas”. We shall illustrate a proof of the fact that the first two imply “quantifier elimination up to bounded formulas”, which is a weak form of the last axiom and we give reasons why it is really weaker than that axiom.
(Joint work with P. Eleftheriou and P. Hieronymi)
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