[FOM] 792: Emulation Theory/Inductive Equations/2
Harvey Friedman
hmflogic at gmail.com
Sun Feb 25 12:58:25 EST 2018
1. THEMATIC BREAKTHROUGH IN FINITE FORM FOR SRP
2. TEMPLATES FOR /INFINITE/SRP
3. TEMPLATES FOR INFINITE/HUGE
4. TEMPLATES FOR FINITE/SRP
5. IMMORTALITY
1. THEMATIC BREAKTHROUGH IN FINITE FORM FOR SRP
Recall the Inductive Upper Shift theorem from
Concrete Mathematical Incompleteness Status 2/8/18
http://u.osu.edu/friedman.8/foundational-adventures/downloadable-manuscripts/
#98
which reads
INDUCTIVE UPPER SHIFT. IUS. Every order invariant R containedin Q^2k
has some S = S#\R<[S] containing ush(S).
Compare with these three:
FIUS/1. Every order invariant R containedin Q^2k has some finite S ==k
S#\R<[S] containing ush(S)|<=k.
FIUS/2. Every order invariant R containedin Q^2k has some finite S ==k
S#\R<[S], S containing ush(S)|<=k.
FIUS/3. For every order invariant R containedin Q^2k, there exists
finite S containedin Q^k|<=k where S,S#\R<[S] are ==k and contain
ush(S)|<=k.
Everything is self explanatory except of course for the equivalence
relation ==k on subsets of Q^k. I use a triple bar for ==.
DEFINITION 1.1. A ==k B if and only if A,B containedin Q^k and
(Q,<,A,0,...,k) and (Q,<,B,0,...,k) satisfy the same universal
sentences with at most k quantifiers.
Obviously FIUS/1-3 are explicitly Pi02 and become explicitly Pi01 if
we place a priori upper bounds on the numerators and denominators used
in S.
2. TEMPLATING FOR /INFINITE/SRP
As a preliminary warmup, we first Template the provable statement
TRIVIALITY. Every order invariant R containedin Q^2k has some S = S#\R<[S].
TEMPLATE 1. Let alpha be a formal Boolean combination of S,S#,R<[S].
For all order invariant R containedin Q^2k there exists S containedin
Q^k such that alpha = Q^k.
Of course, R<[S] is not the most fundamental relevant construct. R[S]
is. So we should go for the more ambitious
TEMPLATE 2. Let alpha be a formal Boolean combination of
S,S#,R[S],R<[S]. For all order invariant R containedin Q^2k there
exists S containedin Q^k such that alpha = Q^k.
CONJECTURE 2.1. Every instance of Template 2 is provable or refutable
in RCA_0.
TEMPLATE 3. Let alpha be a formal Boolean combination of
S,S#,R<[S],ush(S). For all order invariant R containedin Q^2k there
exists S containedin Q^k such that alpha = Q^k.
TEMPLATE 4. Let alpha be a formal Boolean combination of
S,S#,R[S],R<[S],ush(S). For all order invariant R containedin Q^2k
there exists S containedin Q^k such that alpha = Q^k.
CONJECTURE 2.2. Every instance of Template 4 is provable in WKL_0. +
Con(SRP) or refutable in RCA_0.
Partial results can be expected along the way that limit the
complexity of the finitely many formal Boolean combinations covered -
in various ways.
3. TEMPLATES FOR INFINITE/HUGE
Recall from https://u.osu.edu/friedman.8/files/2014/01/CMIstatus020818-ucpy18.pdf
IIUS. Every order invariant R containedin Q^2k has some S =_<=
S#\R<[S] that strongly contains its upper shift.
TEMPLATE 5. Let alpha,beta,gamma be formal Boolean combinations of
S,S#,R<[S],R[S],ush(S). For all order invariant R containedin Q^2k
there exists S containedin Q^k such that alpha = Q^k and beta =_<=
gamma and delta strongly contains epsilon.
More ambitious is:
TEMPLATE 6. Let
alpha,beta_1,...,beta_n,gamma_1,...,gamma_n,delta_1,...,delta_m,epsilon_1,...,epsilon_m
be formal Boolean combinations of S,S#,R<[S],R[S],ush(S). For all
order invariant R containedin Q^2k there exists S containedin Q^k such
that alpha = Q^k and each beta_i =_<= gamma_i and each delta_i
strongly contains epsilon_i.
CONJECTURE 3.1. Every instance of Template 6 is provable in WKL_0 +
Con(HUGE) or refutable in RCA_0.
Partial results can be expected along the way that limit the
complexity of the finitely many formal Boolean combinations covered -
in various ways.
4. TEMPLATING FOR FINITE/SRP
Recall from the above,
FIUS/3. For every order invariant R containedin Q^2k, there exists
finite S containedin Q^k|<=k where S,S#\R<[S] are ==k and contain
ush(S)|<=k.
TEMPLATE 7. Let alpha,beta,gamma,delta be formal Boolean combinations
of S,S#,R<[S],R[S],ush(S),ush(S)|<=k. For all order invariant R
containedin Q^2k there exists finite S containedin Q^k such that alpha
= Q^k and beta ==k gamma.
More ambitious is:
TEMPLATE 8. Let alpha,beta_1,...,beta_n,gamma_1,...,gamma_n be formal
Boolean combinations of S,S#,R<[S],R[S],ush(S),ush(S)|<=k. For all
order invariant R containedin Q^2k there exists finite S containedin
Q^k such that alpha = Q^k and each beta ==k gamma_i.
Partial results can be expected along the way that limit the
complexity of the finitely many formal Boolean combinations covered -
in various ways.
5. IMMORTALITY
It is clear that once the Concrete Mathematical Incompleteness book is
finished, or at least some key results are written up and pass
credibility tests, then we have an essentially never ending
enterprise, even without any further breakthroughs in terms of new
statements. These TEMPLATES insure this kind of Immortality. If at
some point these Templates get fully treated, there is no problem
making them yet more challenging....
Of course, history shows that there will in fact be lots of major
breakthroughs in terms of new statements, and yet more challenging
templates...
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