The 10th Asian Logic Conference is part of the series of logic conferences inaugurated in Singapore in 1981. This meeting is held every three years and rotates among countries in the Asia-Pacific region, with interests in the broad area of logic, including theoretical computer science. It is now considered a major conference in this field and is regularly sponsored by the Association of Symbolic Logic. This volume contains papers from the 10th meeting held in Kobe, Japan. Sample Chapter(s). Chapter 1: An Application of Nonstandard Arguments to the Study of Generic Structures (2, 494 KB). Contents: Constructive Geometry (M Beeson); I-Ultrafilters and Summable Ideals (J Flaikovi); Lowness and Highness Properties for Randomness Notions (J Franklin); Countable Borel Equivalence Relations, Borel Reducibility, and Orbit Equibalance (G Hjorth); A Remark on Generic Structures and the Number of Countable Models (K Ikeda); Geometric Simplicity Theory (B Kim); On Preservation and Reflection of Stationary Subsets of P When cf()In this paper, we show that the answer to Question 1.2 is yes. Actually ... Since T\ h 3X a#39;X is a full satisfaction class for N (as an LpA structure)a#39;, the first order part of a non-standard countable model of Ti must be recursively saturated. Note that aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Proceedings of the 10Th Asian Logic Conference|
|Publisher||:||World Scientific - 2009-12-01|