A Course in Model Theory (Lecture Notes in Logic) by Katrin Tent, Martin Ziegler PDF

By Katrin Tent, Martin Ziegler

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Xn ) and parameters a1 , . . , an from A we have M1 |= ϕ(a1 , . . , an ) ⇒ M2 |= ϕ(a1 , . . , an ). If L has no constants, A is allowed to be the empty “structure”. 2. Quantifier elimination 33 Proof. a) ⇒ b): Let ϕ(a) be an L(A)-sentence which holds in M1 . Choose a quantifier-free (x) which is, modulo T , equivalent to ϕ(x). Then M1 |= ϕ(a) ⇒ M1 |= (a) ⇒ A |= (a) ⇒ M2 |= (a) ⇒ M2 |= ϕ(a). b) ⇒ c): Clear. c) ⇒ a): Let ϕ(x) be a primitive existential formula. In order to show that ϕ(x) is equivalent, modulo T , to a quantifier-free formula (x) we extend L by an n-tuple c of new constants c1 , .

X0 . . 1. The theory Infset of infinite sets has quantifier elimination and is complete. Proof. Clear. 2. Dense linear orderings. 2. DLO has quantifier elimination. Proof. Let A be a finite common substructure of the two models O1 and O2 . We choose an ascending enumeration A = {a1 , . . , an }. Let ∃y (y) be a 38 3. Quantifier elimination simple existential L(A)-sentence, which is true in O1 and assume O1 |= (b1 ). We want to extend the order preserving map ai → ai to an order preserving map A ∪ {b1 } → O2 .

Consider an LORing (R)-sentence ∃y (y) (for a quantifier-free ) which holds in (K1 , <). We have to show ∃y (y) also holds in (K2 , <). We build first the quotient fields F1 and F2 of R in K1 and K2 . 1 there is an isomorphism f : (F1 , <) → (F2 , <) which fixes R. The relative 42 3. Quantifier elimination algebraic closure Gi of Fi in Ki is a real closure of (Fi , <), (i = 1, 2). 5 f extends to an isomorphism g : (G1 , <) → (G2 , <). Let b1 be an element of K1 which satisfies (y). There are two cases: Case 1: b1 ∈ G1 : Then b2 = g(b1 ) satisfies (y) in K2 .

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