Lectures in Set Theory

Lectures in Set Theory

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Author: Thomas J. Jech

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783540368823

Category: Mathematics

Page: 140

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Lectures on Set Theoretic Topology

Lectures on Set Theoretic Topology

It is known to be consistent with the usual axioms for set theory to assume that G.) is the only weakly inaccessible cardinal, but it is also felt to be ... Cardinals come in classes which must frequently be considered separately.

Author: Mary Ellen Rudin

Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.

ISBN: 9780821816738

Category: Mathematics

Page: 76

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This survey presents some recent results connecting set theory with the problems of general topology, primarily giving the applications of classical set theory in general topology and not considering problems involving large numbers. The lectures are completely self-contained--this is a good reference book on modern questions of general topology and can serve as an introduction to the applications of set theory and infinite combinatorics.
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Lectures in Logic and Set Theory Volume 2 Set Theory

Lectures in Logic and Set Theory  Volume 2  Set Theory

CAMBRIDGE STUDIES IN ADVANCED MATHEMATICS EDITORIAL BOARD B. BOLLOBAS , W. FULTON , A. KATOK , F. KIRWAN , P. SARNAK Lectures in Logic and Set Theory Volume 2 This two - volume work bridges the gap between introductory expositions of ...

Author: George Tourlakis

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 113943943X

Category: Mathematics

Page: 596

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This two-volume work bridges the gap between introductory expositions of logic or set theory on one hand, and the research literature on the other. It can be used as a text in an advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate course in mathematics, computer science, or philosophy. The volumes are written in a user-friendly conversational lecture style that makes them equally effective for self-study or class use. Volume II, on formal (ZFC) set theory, incorporates a self-contained 'chapter 0' on proof techniques so that it is based on formal logic, in the style of Bourbaki. The emphasis on basic techniques will provide the reader with a solid foundation in set theory and provides a context for the presentation of advanced topics such as absoluteness, relative consistency results, two expositions of Godel's constructible universe, numerous ways of viewing recursion, and a chapter on Cohen forcing.
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Lectures in Logic and Set Theory Volume 1 Mathematical Logic

Lectures in Logic and Set Theory  Volume 1  Mathematical Logic

The above proof required more set theory. But it was independent of any knowledge of the proof of the consistency theorem. I.5.44 Remark (about Truth). The completeness theorem shows that the syntactic apparatus of a first order ...

Author: George Tourlakis

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781139439428

Category: Mathematics

Page: 328

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This two-volume work bridges the gap between introductory expositions of logic or set theory on one hand, and the research literature on the other. It can be used as a text in an advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate course in mathematics, computer science, or philosophy. The volumes are written in a user-friendly conversational lecture style that makes them equally effective for self-study or class use. Volume 1 includes formal proof techniques, a section on applications of compactness (including nonstandard analysis), a generous dose of computability and its relation to the incompleteness phenomenon, and the first presentation of a complete proof of Godel's 2nd incompleteness since Hilbert and Bernay's Grundlagen theorem.
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Lectures in Set Theory and Applications

Lectures in Set Theory and Applications

Lecture Notes Meir Reichaw. I. Axioms of set theory , Natural numbers . 1 . Sets . The notion of a set is used in mathematical ( as well as in non - mathematical ) theories very often . For example , we speak in geometry about sets of ...

Author: Meir Reichaw

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924001081862

Category: Set theory

Page: 364

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David Hilbert s Lectures on the Foundations of Arithmetic and Logic 1917 1933

David Hilbert s Lectures on the Foundations of Arithmetic and Logic 1917 1933

Towards the end of his lectures on set theory in the preceding Summer Semester, Hilbert had stated (p. 146), 'I hope to be able to explore a foundation for logic more deeply next semester'.1 Those earlier lectures had been concerned ...

Author: William Ewald

Publisher: Springer-Verlag

ISBN: 9783540694441

Category: Mathematics

Page: 1062

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The core of Volume 3 consists of lecture notes for seven sets of lectures Hilbert gave (often in collaboration with Bernays) on the foundations of mathematics between 1917 and 1926. These texts make possible for the first time a detailed reconstruction of the rapid development of Hilbert’s foundational thought during this period, and show the increasing dominance of the metamathematical perspective in his logical work: the emergence of modern mathematical logic; the explicit raising of questions of completeness, consistency and decidability for logical systems; the investigation of the relative strengths of various logical calculi; the birth and evolution of proof theory, and the parallel emergence of Hilbert’s finitist standpoint. The lecture notes are accompanied by numerous supplementary documents, both published and unpublished, including a complete version of Bernays’s Habilitationschrift of 1918, the text of the first edition of Hilbert and Ackermann’s Grundzüge der theoretischen Logik (1928), and several shorter lectures by Hilbert from the later 1920s. These documents, which provide the background to Hilbert and Bernays’s monumental Grundlagen der Mathematik (1934, 1938), are essential for understanding the development of modern mathematical logic, and for reconstructing the interactions between Hilbert, Bernays, Brouwer, and Weyl in the philosophy of mathematics.
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Set Theory

Set Theory

Some applications of the notions of forcing and generic sets. Fund. Math. 56, 325–345. Felgner, U. (1971). Models of ZF-set Theory. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, vol. 223, Springer, Berlin–Heidelberg–New York. Fitting, M. C. (1969).

Author: John L. Bell

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 9780191620829

Category: Mathematics

Page: 216

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This third edition, now available in paperback, is a follow up to the author's classic Boolean-Valued Models and Independence Proofs in Set Theory,. It provides an exposition of some of the most important results in set theory obtained in the 20th century: the independence of the continuum hypothesis and the axiom of choice. Aimed at graduate students and researchers in mathematics, mathematical logic, philosophy, and computer science, the third edition has been extensively updated with expanded introductory material, new chapters, and a new appendix on category theory. It covers recent developments in the field and contains numerous exercises, along with updated and increased coverage of the background material. This new paperback edition includes additional corrections and, for the first time, will make this landmark text accessible to students in logic and set theory.
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Descriptive Set Theory

Descriptive Set Theory

Lectures in set theory with particular emphasis on the method of forcing, Lecture Notes in Mathematics 217 (1971), Springer-Verlag. 285. T. John: 414. L. KANTOROVITCH and E. LIVENSON [1932] Memoir on the analytical operations and ...

Author: Y.N. Moschovakis

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080963198

Category: Mathematics

Page: 636

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Now available in paperback, this monograph is a self-contained exposition of the main results and methods of descriptive set theory. It develops all the necessary background material from logic and recursion theory, and treats both classical descriptive set theory and the effective theory developed by logicians.
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Handbook of Set Theoretic Topology

Handbook of Set Theoretic Topology

[1971b] Lectures in Set Theory, Lecture Notes in Math., 217 (Springer-Verlag, Berlin). [1978] Set Theory (Academic Press, New York). JONES, F.B. [1973] Hereditarily separable non-completely regular spaces, Top. Conf.

Author: K. Kunen

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9781483295152

Category: Mathematics

Page: 1282

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This Handbook is an introduction to set-theoretic topology for students in the field and for researchers in other areas for whom results in set-theoretic topology may be relevant. The aim of the editors has been to make it as self-contained as possible without repeating material which can easily be found in standard texts. The Handbook contains detailed proofs of core results, and references to the literature for peripheral results where space was insufficient. Included are many open problems of current interest. In general, the articles may be read in any order. In a few cases they occur in pairs, with the first one giving an elementary treatment of a subject and the second one more advanced results. These pairs are: Hodel and Juhász on cardinal functions; Roitman and Abraham-Todorčević on S- and L-spaces; Weiss and Baumgartner on versions of Martin's axiom; and Vaughan and Stephenson on compactness properties.
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Foundations of Set Theory

Foundations of Set Theory

Lectures in set theory with particular emphasis on the method of forcing. Lecture notes in Math. 217. Berlin. 137 pp. 1971a. Trees. J. S. L. 36, 1-14. ce The axiom of choice. Amsterdam. JECH, T. and SOCHOR, A. 1966.

Author: A.A. Fraenkel

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 0080887058

Category: Computers

Page: 412

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Foundations of Set Theory discusses the reconstruction undergone by set theory in the hands of Brouwer, Russell, and Zermelo. Only in the axiomatic foundations, however, have there been such extensive, almost revolutionary, developments. This book tries to avoid a detailed discussion of those topics which would have required heavy technical machinery, while describing the major results obtained in their treatment if these results could be stated in relatively non-technical terms. This book comprises five chapters and begins with a discussion of the antinomies that led to the reconstruction of set theory as it was known before. It then moves to the axiomatic foundations of set theory, including a discussion of the basic notions of equality and extensionality and axioms of comprehension and infinity. The next chapters discuss type-theoretical approaches, including the ideal calculus, the theory of types, and Quine's mathematical logic and new foundations; intuitionistic conceptions of mathematics and its constructive character; and metamathematical and semantical approaches, such as the Hilbert program. This book will be of interest to mathematicians, logicians, and statisticians.
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