Mathematical Logic Quarterly

Remarks on the NIP in a model

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We define the notion φ ( x , y ) has the NIP (not the independence property) in A, where A is a subset of a model, and give some equivalences by translating results from function theory. We also discuss the number of coheirs when A is not necessarily countable, and revisit the notion “ φ ( x , y ) has the NOP (not the order property) in a model M”.

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