

In fall 2000, the Notre Dame logic community hosted Greg Hjorth, Rodney G. Downey, Zo Chatzidakis, and Paola DAquino as visiting lecturers. Each of the presented a month long series of expository lectures at the graduat level. The articles in this volume are refinements of these excellen lectures. Year: 2005 Year: 2005 Table of Contents Countable models
and the theory of Borel equivalence relations. Model theory
of difference fields. Some computabilitytheoretic
aspects of reals and randomness. Weak fragments
of Peano Arithmetic

[ Meetings  Announcements  Membership  Journals  ASL Books  Links to Other Sites  ASL Info  Home]