[FOM] 426: Well Behaved Reduction Functions 5
Harvey Friedman
friedman at math.ohio-state.edu
Tue Jun 1 22:39:30 EDT 2010
THIS RESEARCH WAS PARTIALLY SUPPORTED BY THE JOHN TEMPLETON FOUNDATION.
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This is a continuation of
424: Well Behaved Reduction Functions 3 http://www.cs.nyu.edu/pipermail/fom/2010-May/014779.html
425: Well Behaved Reduction Functions 4 http://www.cs.nyu.edu/pipermail/fom/2010-May/014790.html
There is a particularly satisfactory theory of well behavedness at
very restricted sets of vectors. Here we briefly state one situation -
that of what we call *forward pairs* (see below).
Here we only present the resulting Propositions. In a later posting we
will discuss the associated theory of well behavedness, where we will
establish the robustness of the notion (at forward pairs), and state
and prove that the Propositions below are best possible (at forward
pairs). Forward chains will also be treated - where the number of
vectors is any finite integer >= 2.
We say that x,y in N^k is a forward pair if and only if they are of
the form (z_1,...,z_k), (z_2,...,z_k+1), where z_1 < ... < z_k+1.
Pure polynomials P in partial f:N^k into N^k are given by expressions
in the coordinate functions f_1,...,f_k and variables, and are N
valued. (Logicians call these terms). Degree refers to the number of
occurrences of functions.
The set of all such P is often referred to as the clone generated by
(the coordinate functions of) f - although this is usually done only
for functions f:A into A. E.g., see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clone_(algebra)
http://www.math.u-szeged.hu/tagok/szendrei/clone.htm http://www.algebra.uni-linz.ac.at/Slides/slides-olomouc9.pdf
Polynomials in f allow the use of constants, and cannot be used here.
DEFINITION. Let f:N^k into N^k be partial. We say that f is p well
behaved at a forward pair x,y in N^k if and only if for all pure k-ary
polynomials P in f of degree <= p, (x,P(x)) and (y,P(y)) have the same
order type, and P(x) < x_1 implies P(x) = P(y).
The above implies that P(x), P(y) are defined.
OBSERVATION. Every affine T:N^k into N is p well behaved at some
forward pair.
This definition allows us to make very simple Propositions as follows.
As in 425: Well Behaved Reduction Functions 4 http://www.cs.nyu.edu/pipermail/fom/2010-May/014790.html
we require that reduction functions be finite.
PROPOSITION 1. Every R contained in N^k x N^k has a reduction function
which is p well behaved at some forward pair.
PROPOSITION 2. Every R contained in N^k x N^k has a reduction function
<= 2^[8kp] which is p well behaved at some forward pair.
PROPOSITION 3. Let t >= 2^[8kpr]. Every R contained in [t]^k x [t]^k
has a reduction function <= t which is p well behaved at some forward
pair.
PROPOSITION 4. Every order invariant R contained in N^k x N^k has a
reduction function <= (8k)!! which is k well behaved at
{(7k)!!,...,k(7k)!!}, {2(7k)!!,..,(k+1)((7k)!!)).
These Propositions are provably equivalent to Con(SRP) over RCA_0
(SEFA suffices for Proposition 3, and EFA suffices for Proposition 4).
As in http://www.cs.nyu.edu/pipermail/fom/2010-May/014790.html
Reduction Functions correspond to strategies in associated games. We
call these
*the restricted lower strategies for R*
Then we can restate Propositions 1-4 as follows. We think of R
contained in N^k x N^k as a game, and so we insert the word "game"
below.
PROPOSITION 1'. Every game R contained in N^k x N^k has a restricted
lower strategy which is p well behaved at some forward pair.
PROPOSITION 2'. Every game R contained in N^k x N^k has a restricted
lower strategy <= 2^[8kp] which is p well behaved at some forward pair.
PROPOSITION 3'. Let t >= 2^[8kpr]. Every game R contained in [t]^k x
[t]^k has a restricted lower strategy <= t which is p well behaved at
some forward pair.
PROPOSITION 4'. Every order invariant game R contained in N^k x N^k
has a restricted lower strategy <= (8k)!! which is k well behaved at
((7k)!!,...,k(7k)!!), (2(7k)!!,..,(k+1)((7k)!!)).
These Propositions are provably equivalent to Con(SRP) over RCA_0
(SEFA suffices for Proposition 3', and EFA suffices for Proposition 4').
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manuscripts. This is the 426th in a series of self contained numbered
postings to FOM covering a wide range of topics in f.o.m. The list of
previous numbered postings #1-349 can be found athttp://www.cs.nyu.edu/pipermail/fom/2009-August/014004.html
in the FOM archives.
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354: Mahlo Cardinals in HIGH SCHOOL 1 8/9/09 6:37PM
355: Mahlo Cardinals in HIGH SCHOOL 2 8/10/09 6:18PM
356: Simplified HIGH SCHOOL and Mapping Theorem 8/14/09 9:31AM
357: HIGH SCHOOL Games/Update 8/20/09 10:42AM
358: clearer statements of HIGH SCHOOL Games 8/23/09 2:42AM
359: finite two person HIGH SCHOOL games 8/24/09 1:28PM
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361: Finite Promise Games 9/2/09 7:04AM
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365: Free Reductions and Large Cardinals 1 9/24/09 1:06PM
366: Free Reductions and Large Cardinals/polished 9/28/09 2:19PM
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371: Vector Reduction and Large Cardinals 11/21/09 1:34AM
372: Maximal Lower Chains, Vector Reduction, and Large Cardinals
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373: Upper Shifts, Greedy Chains, Vector Reduction, and Large
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374: Upper Shift Greedy Chain Games 12/12/09 5:56AM
375: Upper Shift Clique Games and Large Cardinals 1graham
376: The Upper Shift Greedy Clique Theorem, and Large Cardinals
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378: Upper Shift Clique Sequences and Large Cardinals 12/25/09 2:41PM
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381: Trigonometric Shift Theorem 12/29/09 11:25AM
382: Upper Shift Greedy Cliques and Large Cardinals 12/30/09 2:51AM
383: Upper Shift Greedy Clique Sequences and Large Cardinals 1
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384: THe Polynomial Shift Translation Theorem/CORRECTION 12/31/09
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385: Shifts and Extreme Greedy Clique Sequences 1/1/10 7:35PM
386: Terrifically and Extremely Long Finite Sequences 1/1/10 7:35PM
387: Better Polynomial Shift Translation/typos 1/6/10 10:41PM
388: Goedel's Second Again/definitive? 1/7/10 11:06AM
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390: Finite Games, Vector Reduction, and Large Cardinals 2 2/14/09
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391: Finite Games, Vector Reduction, and Large Cardinals 3 2/21/10
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392: Finite Games, Vector Reduction, and Large Cardinals 4 2/22/10
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396: Free Reduction Theory 3 3/7/10 11:30PM
397: Free Reduction Theory 4 3/8/10 9:05AM
398: New Free Reduction Theory 1 3/10/10 5:26AM
399: New Free Reduction Theory 2 3/12/10 9:36AM
400: New Free Reduction Theory 3 3/14/10 11:55AM
401: New Free Reduction Theory 4 3/15/10 4:12PM
402: New Free Reduction Theory 5 3/19/10 12:59PM
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408: Kernel tower Theory 2 4/1/10 6:46PM
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410: Kernel Function Theory 1 4/8/10 7:39PM
411: Free Generation Theory 1 4/13/10 2:55PM
412: Local Basis Construction Theory 1 4/17/10 11:23PM
413: Local Basis Construction Theory 2 4/20/10 1:51PM
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415: Integer Decomposition Theory 2 4/24/10 3:49PM
416: Integer Decomposition Theory 3 4/26/10 7:04PM
417: Integer Decomposition Theory 4 4/28/10 6:25PM
418: Integer Decomposition Theory 5 4/29/10 4:08PM
419: Integer Decomposition Theory 6 5/4/10 10:39PM
420: Reduction Function Theory 1 5/17/10 2:53AM
421: Reduction Function Theory 2 5/19/10 12:00PM
422: Well Behaved Reduction Functions 1 5/23/10 4:12PM
423: Well Behaved Reduction Functions 2 5/27/10 3:01PM
424: Well Behaved Reduction Functions 3 5/29/10 8:06PM
425: Well Behaved Reduction Functions 4 5/31/10 5:05PM
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