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CATEGORIES:Geometric Group Theory (GGT) Seminar
SUMMARY:A group-theoretic question arising in Typed set th
eory - Thomas Forster (University of Cambridge)
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DESCRIPTION:TZT is a typed set theory where each set belongs t
o a level\, where the levels are indexed by the in
tegers and each level is the power set of the leve
l below it. Each level $l$ of course has a symmetr
ic group\, and this symmetric group acts not only
on $l$ but on all higher levels\, and each level i
s acted on by all the symmetric groups on lower le
vels. Questions about the set theory can turn into
questions about how these various actions interac
t\, and that is what I am going to talk about.
LOCATION:CMS\, MR13
CONTACT:Maurice Chiodo
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