**Model Theory**

by Stephen G. Simpson

**Publisher**: The Pennsylvania State University 1998**Number of pages**: 127

**Description**:

An important branch of mathematical logic is model theory, the study of first-order theories and the classes of models defined by such theories. This course will include numerous applications of model theory to algebra, especially ordered fields and differential fields.

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