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Ax's theorem for additive power series

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Discrete Integrable Systems

Ax’s theorem is a power series version of Schanuel’s conjecture. It is a statement about the transcendence degree of the values of the exponential map on a linearly independent sequence of power series. I will discuss an analogous statement where the role of the exponential map is played by additive power series (in positive characteristic).

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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