I'm interested in model theory (a branch of logic), especially in the
classification theory of non elementary classes,
infinitary logics, extensions of first-order logic, combinatorial
set theory, and the
applications of these areas to algebra.
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Rami Grossberg and
Saharon Shelah. On universal locally finite groups,
Israel Journal of Mathematics, 41, (1983) 289--302.
Rami Grossberg.
Models with second order properties in successors of singulars,
Journal of Symbolic Logic, 54, (1989) 122--137.
pdf file from JSTOR
Rami Grossberg and
Saharon Shelah.
On the number of non isomorphic
models of an infinitary theory which has the order property Part A,
Journal of Symbolic Logic, 51, (1986) 302--322.
pdf file from JSTOR
Rami Grossberg and
Saharon Shelah.
A non-structure theorem for a
theory which has the unsuperstability property,
Illinois J. of Mathematics, 30, (1986) 364--390.
Rami Grossberg.
A downward L\"{o}wenheim Skolem theorem for
theories which have the unsuperstability property,
Journal of Symbolic Logic, 53, (1988) 231--242.
pdf file from JSTOR
Rami Grossberg and
Saharon Shelah.
On the structure of $Ext_p(G,{\bf Z})$,
Journal of Algebra, 121, (1989) 117--128.
Rami Grossberg and Bradd Hart.
The classification theory of excellent classes,
Journal of Symbolic Logic, 54, (1989) 1359--1381.
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Rami Grossberg.
Indiscernible sequences in a model which fails to
have the order property, Journal of Symbolic Logic, 56 (1991) 115--123.
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Rami Grossberg. On chains of relatively saturated submodels of a
model without the order property, Journal of Symbolic Logic,
56, (1991) 123--128.
pdf file from JSTOR
Rami Grossberg. Review of Wilfried Hodges's book --
"Building models by games", Journal of Symbolic Logic, 56 (1991)
752--753.
pdf file from JSTOR
Saharon Shelah
and Rami Grossberg.
On cardinalities in quotients of inverse limits of groups,
Mathematica Japonica. 47 (1998), no. 2, 189-197.
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Rami Grossberg.
Classification theory for
abstract elementary classes,
Logic and Algebra, ed. Yi Zhang,
Contemporary Mathematics, Vol 302, AMS, (2002), pp. 165--204.
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pdf
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Rami Grossberg and
Olivier Lessmann.
Abstract decomposition theorem and
applications,
Contemporary Mathematics, Vol 380, (2005), AMS, pp. 73--108.
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pdf
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Rami Grossberg and
Monica VanDieren.
Shelah's Categoricity Conjecture from a
successor for Tame Abstract Elementary Classes.
Journal of
Symbolic Logic, Vol 71 (2006) 2,
553--568.
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Rami Grossberg and
Monica VanDieren.
Galois-stability for Tame Abstract Elementary Classes.
Journal of Mathematical Logic, Vol. 6, No. 1 (2006) 25--49. ps
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Rami Grossberg and
Monica VanDieren.
Categoricity from one successor cardinal
in Tame Abstract Elementary Classes.
Journal of Mathematical Logic, Vol. 6, No. 2 (2006)
181--201.
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pdf
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Rami Grossberg and
Alexei Kolesnikov.
Superior Abstract Elementary Classes are Tame.
26 pages, last updated 9/9/05.
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pdf
. submitted.
Rami Grossberg,
Monica VanDieren and
Andrés Villaveces.
Uniqueness of Limit Models in Classes with Amalgamation.
16 pages, last updated 6/20/2015
pdf
. To appear in Mathematical Logic Quaterly.
Will Boney
and Rami Grossberg.
Forking in Short and Tame AECs. pdf
.
40 pages, last updated 11/30/2015.
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Little before fall 1992 I started a
Mathematical Logic Seminar
and managed it until fall 2002. I am not responsible for that
seminar anymore, it is run now
in a different format than in the past by Ernest Schimmerling.
At present I am organizing a
Model Theory Seminar. The seminar meets on Mondays 5-6:30PM in WeH
7201. Information about current talks and talks given the last three years
can be found
here.
Some links
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From the Pittsburgh Post Gazette,
A workshop dedicated to Classification Theory for Abstract Elementary
Classes was held at the American Institute of Mathematics
July 17 to July 21 2006.
More information,