Weakly homogeneous models
Author: Anand Pillay
Journal: Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 86 (1982), 126-132
MSC: Primary 03C45; Secondary 03C15, 03C50
MathSciNet review: 663881
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Abstract: I consider some notions of weak homogeneity, which generalise -homogeneity. I first analyse a specific such notion, called almost homogeneity, in the context of -stable theories. (Almost homogeneity is just like -homogeneity, but using strong types in place of types.) Then in a more general context, I prove for weakly homogeneous countable models some classification results which are known for -homogeneous countable models, in particular the result that the isomorphism type of such a model is determined by the types which it realises.
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Keywords: Strong type, -stable, almost homogeneous, -homogeneous
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