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Generalised-Baire-Spaces-Amsterdam-The-Netherlands
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SUMMARY:KNAW Academy Colloquium "Generalised Baire
Spaces", Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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LOCATION:Amsterdam, The Netherlands
DESCRIPTION:The study of generalised Baire spaces
has developed into a research area in its own righ
t with a rich overarching theory, internally motiv
ated open questions (cf. Khomskii, Laguzzi, Loewe,
Sharankou 2016) and an active research community,
combining methods and techniques from several bra
nches of set theory as well as classical model the
ory. While many concepts from the classical settin
g can be transferred to generalised Baire space an
d some classical results remain true at uncountabl
e cardinals, in general the rich combinatorial nat
ure of uncountable cardinals causes the theory of
the corresponding spaces to differ significantly,
e.g., notions which are equivalent in the classica
l setting can lead to different notions in the gen
eralised theory. Phenomena like this shed light on
structures and properties otherwise hidden in the
classical setting. This Academy Colloquium is a
reunion of the research community after a hiatus o
f two years. The Colloquium will be preceded by an
associated KNAW Master Class for postgraduate stu
dents in order to prepare them for the talks at th
e Colloquium.
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eneralised Baire spaces has developed into a resea
rch area in its own right with a rich overarching
theory, internally motivated open questions (cf. K
homskii, Laguzzi, Loewe, Sharankou 2016) and an ac
tive research community, combining methods and tec
hniques from several branches of set theory as wel
l as classical model theory. While many concepts f
rom the classical setting can be transferred to ge
neralised Baire space and some classical results r
emain true at uncountable cardinals, in general th
e rich combinatorial nature of uncountable cardina
ls causes the theory of the corresponding spaces t
o differ significantly, e.g., notions which are eq
uivalent in the classical setting can lead to diff
erent notions in the generalised theory. Phenomena
like this shed light on structures and properties
otherwise hidden in the classical setting.

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n This Academy Colloquium is a reunion of the
research community after a hiatus of two years. Th
e Colloquium will be preceded by an associated KNA
W Master Class for postgraduate students in order
to prepare them for the talks at the Colloquium.\n
URL:http://events.illc.uva.nl/KNAW2018/
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