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By Michael Makkai

Meant for classification theorists and logicians acquainted with easy classification thought, this publication makes a speciality of specific version conception, that's curious about the kinds of versions of infinitary first order theories, referred to as available different types. The beginning aspect is a characterization of available different types by way of recommendations customary from Gabriel-Ulmer's concept of in the community presentable different types. lots of the paintings facilities on quite a few buildings (such as weighted bilimits and lax colimits), which, while played on obtainable different types, yield new obtainable different types. those buildings are inevitably 2-categorical in nature; the authors conceal a few points of 2-category concept, as well as a few easy version conception, and a few set thought. one of many major instruments utilized in this examine is the concept of combined sketches, which the authors specialize to offer concrete effects approximately version thought. Many examples illustrate the level of applicability of those strategies. specifically, a few purposes to topos idea are given.

Perhaps the book's most important contribution is how it units version concept in express phrases, starting the door for additional paintings alongside those traces. Requiring a uncomplicated heritage in type conception, this ebook will offer readers with an figuring out of version concept in express phrases, familiarity with 2-categorical tools, and a great tool for learning toposes and different different types

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