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 Title Fundamentals of Model Theory
 Authors William Weiss and Cherie D'Mello
 Publisher: University of Toronto
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 Language: English
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Book Description
This book provides an introduction to Model Theory which can be used as a text for a reading course or a summer project at the senior undergraduate or graduate level. It is also a primer which will give someone a self contained overview of the subject, before diving into one of the more encyclopedic standard graduate texts.
About the Authors William Weiss is a professor of mathematics at University of Toronto at Mississauga.
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