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Analysis and Logic: Connections with Logic (London by C. Ward Henson,José Iovino,Alexander S. Kechris,Edward

By C. Ward Henson,José Iovino,Alexander S. Kechris,Edward Odell,Catherine Finet,Christian Michaux

This quantity includes articles from 4 impressive researchers who paintings on the cusp of study and good judgment. The emphasis is on lively examine issues; many effects are provided that experience now not been released prior to and open difficulties are formulated. massive attempt has been made through the authors to combine their articles and lead them to obtainable to mathematicians new to the area.

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