940: Stable Maximality/2
Harvey Friedman
hmflogic at gmail.com
Sun Jul 24 19:19:48 EDT 2022
We now introduce the stronger Stable notion -- stronger than
Negatively Stable that we discussed in
https://cs.nyu.edu/pipermail/fom/2022-July/023510.html However it does
not give any added logical strength.
We have been using the convenient interval notation Q[(p,q)], for
intervals of rationals with endpoints p,q. It is also convenient to
use the interval notation Z[(p,q))] for intervals of integers with
endpoints p,q. We allow p,q to be rationals, and not just integers.
See https://u.osu.edu/friedman.8/foundational-adventures/downloadable-manuscripts/
#118 for the Ross Program Lectures.
DEFINITION 1. S containedin Q[-n,n]^k is stable if and only
if for all p_1,...,p_k in Q[-n,n] and m_1,...,m_k in Z(max(p_1,...,p_k),n],
these 2^k equivalences hold:
(p_1 or m_1, ... , p_k or m_k) in S iff
(p_1 or m_1 + 1, ... , p_k or m_k + 1) in S
NEGATIVELY STABLE MAXIMAL EMULATOR. NSME. Every subset of Q[-n,n]^k
has a negatively stable maximal emulator.
STABLE MAXIMAL EMULATOR. SME. Every subset of Q[-n,n]^k
has a stable maximal emulator.
THEOREM. SME and NSME are each provably equivalent to Con(SRP) over WKL0.
This is precisely what is intended to be fully proved in the upcoming
Gent Lectures in September.
Again for NSME and for SME, we use
k = dimension
n = endpoint
r = size
d = degree
k and n arise with Q[-n,n]^k. In NSME, only 0,...,n-1 get moved, and
they get moved to 1,...,n, respectively..
However in SME, -n+1,...,n-1 get moved, and they get moved to
-n+2,...,n, respectively.
r is the bound on the cardinality of the given subset of Q[-n,n]^k.
The degree d is in connection with the emulators. Recall the
definition of e-emulators in
https://cs.nyu.edu/pipermail/fom/2022-July/023510.html
Emulators are the same as the 2-emulators.
We are allowed to leave off some of the /i, meaning we are quantifying
instead of fixing. We have proved the following using a bit more than Z_2.
THEOREM. SME(dim/2,end,size,deg).
I think it likely that this above cannot be proved in Z_2. Even with
NSME. Haven't
really tried this reversal.
THEOREM. SME(dim,end,size,deg/2), NSME(dim,end,size,deg/2),
SME(dim,end,size,deg), NSME(dim,end,size,deg) are provably equivalent
to Con(SRP) over WKL0.
***GAP STABILITY***
DEFINITION 1. S containedin Q[-n,n]^k is negatively gap stable if and only
if for all p_1,...,p_k in Q[-1,0) and m_1,...,m_k in {1,...,n-1},
these 2^k equivalences hold:
(p_1 or m_1, ... , p_k or m_k) in S iff
(p_1 or m_1 + 1 ,..., p_k or m_k + 1) in S
Now for the stronger gap stable notion.
DEFINITION 2. S containedin Q[-n,n]^k is gap stable if and only
if for all p_1,...,p_k in Q[-n,n] and m_1,...,m_k in Z[max(p_1,...,p_k)+1,n].
these 2^k equivalences hold:
(p_1 or m_1, ... , p_k or m_k) in S iff
(p_1 or m_1 + 1, ... , p_k or m_k + 1) in S
NEGATIVELY GAP STABLE MAXIMAL EMULATOR. NGSME. Every subset of Q[-n,n]^k
has a negatively stable maximal emulator.
GAP STABLE MAXIMAL EMULATOR. GSME. Every subset of Q[-n,n]^k
has a gap stable maximal emulator.
THEOREM. NGSME is provably equivalent to Con(WZ) over WKL0. GSME is
provably equivalent to Con(MAH) over WKL0.
Here WZ is weak Zermelo set theory. MAH is ZFC + Strongly Mahlo
cardinals of every order (scheme).
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