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Model Theoretic Tameness in Multiplicative Combinatorics

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This course covers the following learning outcomes and goals: understanding model theoretic tameness in multiplicative combinatorics, exploring products of subsets of groups, learning about Freiman-Ruzsa structure theorems, studying stable subsets of finite and infinite groups, analyzing stability and tripling in arbitrary groups, examining descending stabilizers of stable sets, understanding stability and discreteness, and exploring the quantitative structure of stable sets. The course teaches individual skills such as analyzing group structures, applying model theory in combinatorics, and understanding stability properties in mathematical structures. The teaching method involves lectures and theoretical discussions. The intended audience for this course includes mathematicians, researchers, and students interested in model theory, combinatorics, and group theory.


Products of subsets of groups
Freiman-Ruzsa structure theorems
Other groups
Stable subsets of finite groups
Finite stable subsets of infinite groups
Stability and tripling in arbitrary groups
Descending stabilizers of stable sets
Stability and discreteness
Putting it all together
Quantitative structure of stable sets
The NIP case

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