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Recursive functions modulo $ {\rm CO}-r$-maximal sets

Author: Manuel Lerman
Journal: Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 148 (1970), 429-444
MSC: Primary 02.70
MathSciNet review: 0265157
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Abstract: Define the equivalence relation $ { \sim _A}$ on the set of recursive functions of one variable by $ f\sim_A g$ if and only if $ f(x) = g(x)$ for all but finitely many $ x \in \bar A$, where $ \bar A$ is an r-cohesive set, to obtain the structure $ \mathcal{R}/\bar A$. Then the recursive functions modulo such an equivalence relation form a semiring with no zero divisors. It is shown that if A is r-maximal, then the structure obtained above is not a nonstandard model for arithmetic, a result due to Feferman, Scott, and Tennenbaum. Furthermore, if A and B are maximal sets, then a necessary and sufficient condition for $ \mathcal{R}/\bar A$ and $ \mathcal{R}/\bar B$ to be elementarily equivalent is obtained. It is also shown that many different elementary theories can be obtained for $ \mathcal{R}/\bar A$ by proper choice of $ \bar A$.

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PII: S 0002-9947(1970)0265157-X
Keywords: Nonstandard model for arithmetic, r-cohesive set, r-maximal set, retraceable set, elementary equivalence, many-one degree, Turing degree
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