For more information about this meeting, contact Jason Rute, Stephen Simpson, Jan Reimann.
|Title:||Ramsey-like Theorems and their Reverse Mathematical Properties|
|Speaker:||John Pardo, Pennsylvania State University|
|The basic statements of Ramsey's Theorem have long been a topic of great interest in the study of reverse mathematics. Thus, it naturally makes sense to look at "Ramsey-like Theorems", i.e. results which are stated in a similar fashion to the usual Ramsey's Theorem, in order to better understand the so-called reverse mathematical zoo. I will discuss several such Ramsey-like Theorems and explain some of the refinements to the reverse mathematical zoo that we are able to achieve with them. This talk is based on recent work by Keita Yokoyama.|
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|Date:||03 / 18 / 2014|
|Time:||02:30pm - 03:45pm|