[FOM] 635: Fixed Point Minimization 2
Harvey Friedman
hmflogic at gmail.com
Wed Oct 21 23:52:58 EDT 2015
We continue from http://www.cs.nyu.edu/pipermail/fom/2015-October/019260.html
It is arguably preferable to avoid the lexicographic minimization used
there in favor of the minimization of max(x).
Of course, the advantage of lexicographic minimization is that it is
deterministic, whereas minimization of max(x) is not. So it seems
important to have both versions.
Using minimization instead of lexicographic minimization is going to
add some MORE LAYERS to be checked.
What i want to do here is to restate all of the definitions. The
results are the same as before. There are also some small changes.
Note that what we called fixed point minimizers in
http://www.cs.nyu.edu/pipermail/fom/2015-October/019260.html are now
called lex fixed point minimizers. We reserve the old expression
"fixed point minimizers" for these new minimizers that minimize
max(x).
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We now give the altered definitions incorporating both minimizers and
lex minimizers. We omit the previous definitions that remain
unchanged, but still listed here. We also present the Templates taking
into account both kinds of minimizers. In the interest of brevity, the
Propositions and Theorems are not listed, as they are unchanged from
http://www.cs.nyu.edu/pipermail/fom/2015-October/019260.html and now
cover both kinds of minimizers. Also see that I now use non-decreasing
instead of non-increasing, which I like better. I had fooled myself
into thinking that I needed to use non-increasing. Actually, either
can be used.
DEFINITION 1.3. Let R be a relation on Q^k. A fixed point minimizer
for R is a function f:D^k into D^k, 0 in D containedin Q, where each
f(x) is a fixed point of f related to x, where no fixed y of f related
to x has max(y) < max(x). A lex fixed point minimizer for R is a
function f:D^k into D^k, 0 in D containedin Q, where each f(x) is the
lexicographically least fixed point of f related to x.
Accordingly, we restate one of the implicitly Pi01 HUGE cardinal
statements, and also the explicitly Pi01 HUGE cardinal statement.
DEFINITION 3.1. x in Q^k is non-decreasing if and only if x_1 <= ... <= x_k.
DEFINITION 3.2. Let R be a relation on Q^k. A fixed point <= minimizer
for R is an f:D^k into D^k, 0 in D containedin Q, where each f(x), x
non-decreasing, is a fixed point of f related to x, where no fixed
point y of f related to x has max(y) < max(x).
DEFINITION 3.3. Let R be a relation on Q^k. A lex fixed point <=
minimizer for R is an f:D^k into D^k, 0 in D containedin Q, where each
f(x), x
non-decreasing, is the lexicographically least fixed point of f related to x.
IMPLICITLY Pi01 HUGE. Every reflexive order invariant relation on Q^k
has a (lex)
fixed point <= minimizer, where
ii. f(x+1) = f(x)+1, min(x) >= 0.
iii. f(k+.5,x) = (k+.5,x+1), (0,x) in dom(f)|<=k-1.
TEMPLATE A. Let H:Q^2k into Q^2k be definable in (Q,<) - i.e., order
theoretic. Every reflexive order invariant relation on Q^k has a (lex) fixed
point minimizer closed under H.
TEMPLATE B. Let H:Q^2k into Q^2k be definable in (Q,<) - i.e., order
theoretic. Every reflexive order invariant relation on Q^k has a (lex) fixed
point <= minimizer closed under H.
TEMPLATE C. Let H:Q^2k into Q^2k be definable in (Q,<,+1). Every
reflexive order invariant relation on Q^k has a (lex) fixed point minimizer
closed under H.
TEMPLATE D. Let H:Q^2k into Q^2k be definable in (Q,<,+1). Every
reflexive order invariant relation on Q^k has a (lex) fixed point <=
minimizer closed under H.
DEFINITION 5.2. Let R be a relation on Q^k and E containedin Q . An E
fixed point minimizer for R is a function f:D^k into D^k, 0 in D
containedin Q^k, where f(x) is a fixed point of f related to x, where
no fixed point y of f related to x has max(y) < max(x). An E fixed
point
<= minimizer for R is a function f:D^k into D^k, 0 in D containedin
Q^k, where f(x) is a fixed point of f related to x, where no fixed
point y of f related to x has max(y) < max(x).
DEFINITION 5.3. Let R be a relation on Q^k and E containedin Q. An E
lex fixed point minimizer for R is a function f:D^k into D^k, 0 in D
containedin Q^k, where f(x) is the lexicographically least fixed point
of f related to x, provided x in pi(f[E^k]). An E lex fixed point
<= minimizer for R is a function f:D^k into D^k, 0 in D containedin
Q^k, where f(x) is the lexicographically least fixed point of f
related to x, provided x in pi(f[E^k]) is non-decreasing.
EXPLICITLY Pi01 HUGE. Every reflexive order invariant relation on Q^k has a
{0,...,k,k+.5} finite (lex) fixed point <= minimizer, where
i. f(x+1) = f(x)+1, where 0 <= min(x) <= max(x) <= k.
ii. f(k+.5,x) = (k+.5,x+1), (0,x) in dom(f)|<= k-1.
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Harvey Friedman
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