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Alternative iterative methods for nonexpansive mappings, rates of convergence and applications
[OWP200919] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2009)Alternative iterative methods for a nonexpansive mapping in a Banach space are proposed and proved to be convergent to a common solution to a fixed point problem and a variational inequality. We give rates of asymptotic ... 
Categorical Linearly Ordered Structures
[OWP201808] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 20180426)We prove that for every computable limit ordinal $\alpha$ there exists a computable linear ordering $\mathcal{A}$ which is $\Delta^0_\alpha$categorical and $\alpha$ is smallest such, but nonetheless for every isomorphic ... 
Cocycle Superrigidity and Group Actions on Stably Finite C*Algebras
[OWP201701] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 20170117)Let $\Lambda $ be a countably infinite property (T) group, and let $D$ be UHFalgebra of infinite type. We prove that there exists a continuum of pairwise non (weakly) cocycle conjugate, strongly outer actions of $\Lambda ... 
1206  Computability Theory
[OWR20128] (2012)  (05 Feb  11 Feb 2012)Computability is one of the fundamental notions of mathematics, trying to capture the effective content of mathematics. Starting from Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem, it has now blossomed into a rich area with strong ... 
1802  Computability Theory
[OWR20181] (2018)  (07 Jan  13 Jan 2018)Computability and computable enumerability are two of the fundamental notions of mathematics. Interest in effectiveness is already apparent in the famous Hilbert problems, in particular the second and tenth, and in early ... 
1643  Definability and Decidability Problems in Number Theory
[OWR201649] (2016)  (23 Oct  29 Oct 2016)This workshop brought together experts working on variations of Hilbert’s Tenth Problem and more general decidability issues for structures other than the ring of integers arising naturally in number theory and algebraic geometry. 
Definable orthogonality classes in accessible categories are small
[OWP201114] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 20110515)We lower substantially the strength of the assumptions needed for the validity of certain results in category theory and homotopy theory which were known to follow from Vopenka's principle. We prove that the necessary ... 
Dominance and Transmissions in Supertropical Valuation Theory
[OWP201107] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2011)This paper is a sequel of [IKR1], where we defined supervaluations on a commutative ring $R$ and studied a dominance relation $\Phi >= v$ between supervaluations $\varphi$ and $\upsilon$ on $R$, aiming at an enrichment of ... 
1949  Groups, Dynamics, and Approximation
[OWR201955] (2019)  (01 Dec  07 Dec 2019)The workshop covered a wide range of topics, with emphasis on Geometric Group Theory, Ergodic Theory and links with Functional Analysis on the one hand and Mathematical Logic on the other. The goal of the workshop was to ... 
2101a  Homogeneous Structures: Model Theory meets Universal Algebra (online meeting)
[OWR20211] (2021)The workshop "Homogeneous Structures: Model Theory meets Universal Algebra'' was centred around transferring recently obtained advances in universal algebra from the finite to the infinite. As it turns out, the notion ... 
1447  Mathematical Logic: Proof theory, Constructive Mathematics
[OWR201452] (2014)  (16 Nov  22 Nov 2014)The workshop “Mathematical Logic: Proof Theory, Constructive Mathematics” was centered around prooftheoretic aspects of current mathematics, constructive mathematics and logical aspects of computational complexity 
1745  Mathematical Logic: Proof Theory, Constructive Mathematics
[OWR201753] (2017)  (05 Nov  11 Nov 2017)The workshop “Mathematical Logic: Proof Theory, Constructive Mathematics” was centered around prooftheoretic aspects of core mathematics and theoretical computer science as well as homotopy type theory and logical aspects ... 
0815  Mathematical Logic: Proof Theory, Constructive Mathematics
[OWR200818] (2008)  (06 Apr  12 Apr 2008) 
1145  Mathematical Logic: Proof Theory, Constructive Mathematics
[OWR201152] (2011)  (06 Nov  12 Nov 2011)The workshop “Mathematical Logic: Proof Theory, Constructive Mathematics” was centered around prooftheoretic aspects of current mathematics, constructive mathematics and logical aspects of computational complexity. 
2046  Mathematical Logic: Proof Theory, Constructive Mathematics (hybrid meeting)
[OWR202034] (2020)  (08 Nov  14 Nov 2020)The Workshop "Mathematical Logic: Proof Theory, Constructive Mathematics" focused on proofs both as formal derivations in deductive systems as well as on the extraction of explicit computational content from given ... 
0512  Mathematical Logic: Proof Theory, Type Theory and Constructive Mathematics
[OWR200514] (2005)  (20 Mar  26 Mar 2005)The workshop “Mathematical Logic: Proof Theory, Type Theory 
1034b  MiniWorkshop: Combinatorics on Words
[OWR201037] (2010)  (22 Aug  28 Aug 2010)The area of combinatorics on words is concerned with properties of sequences of symbols. It is characteristic to the field that questions arise from various mathematical problems, and hence, many fundamental results on ... 
0946c  MiniWorkshop: Feinstrukturtheorie und Innere Modelle
[OWR200951] (2009)  (08 Nov  14 Nov 2009)This workshop presented recent advances in ﬁne structure and inner model theory. There were extended tutorials on hod mice and the Mouse Set Conjecture, suitable extender sequences and their ﬁne structure, and the construction ... 
0618a  MiniWorkshop: Feinstrukturtheorie und Innere Modelle
[OWR200620] (2006)  (30 Apr  06 May 2006)The main aim of fine structure theory and inner model theory can be summarized as the construction of models which have a canonical inner structure (a fine structure), making it possible to analyze them in great detail, ... 
0946b  MiniWorkshop: Formal Methods in Commutative Algebra: A View Toward Constructive Homological Algebra
[OWR200950] (2009)  (08 Nov  14 Nov 2009)The purpose of the miniworkshop is to bring into the same place diﬀerent mathematical communities that study constructive homological algebra and are motivated by diﬀerent applications (e.g., constructive algebra, symbolic ...