By Adam Day, Michael Fellows, Noam Greenberg, Bakhadyr Khoussainov, Alexander Melnikov, Frances Rosamond
This Festschrift is released in honor of Rodney G. Downey, eminent truth seeker and machine scientist, surfer and Scottish kingdom dancer, at the social gathering of his sixtieth birthday.
The Festschrift includes papers and laudations that exhibit the vast and critical clinical, management and mentoring contributions made by way of Rod in the course of his exotic profession. the amount comprises forty two papers offering unique unpublished examine, or expository and survey ends up in Turing levels, computably enumerable units, computable algebra, computable version thought, algorithmic randomness, opposite arithmetic, and parameterized complexity, all components within which Rod Downey has had major pursuits and impression. the amount includes a number of surveys that make a number of the parts obtainable to non-specialists whereas additionally together with a few proofs that illustrate the flavour of the fields.
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Jeffry L. Hirst and Carl Mummert 143 Weakly Represented Families in Reverse Mathematics. . . . . . . . . Rupert Hölzl, Dilip Raghavan, Frank Stephan, and Jing Zhang 160 XL Contents The Vitali Covering Theorem in the Weihrauch Lattice . . . . . . . . Vasco Brattka, Guido Gherardi, Rupert Hölzl, and Arno Pauly 188 Parallel and Serial Jumps of Weak Weak König’s Lemma . . . . . . . Laurent Bienvenu and Rutger Kuyper 201 Computable Model Theory, Computable Algebra Effectively Existentially-Atomic Structures .
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