**Model Theory, Algebra and Geometry**

by D. Haskell, A. Pillay, C. Steinhorn

**Publisher**: Cambridge University Press 2000**ISBN/ASIN**: 0521780683**ISBN-13**: 9780521780681**Number of pages**: 227

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This book gives the necessary background for understanding both the model theory and the mathematics behind the applications. Aimed at graduate students and researchers, it contains introductory surveys by leading experts covering the whole spectrum of contemporary model theory (stability, simplicity, o-minimality and variations), and introducing and discussing the diverse areas of geometry (algebraic, diophantine, real analytic, p-adic, and rigid) to which the model theory is applied.

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