T-Height in Weakly O-Minimal Structures

Journal of Symbolic Logic 71 (3):747 - 762 (2006)
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Given a weakly o-minimal theory T, the T-height of an element of a model of T is defined as a means of classifying the order of magnitude of the element. If T satisfies some easily met technical conditions, then this classification is coarse enough for a Wilkie-type inequality: given a set of elements of a model of T, each of which has a different T-height, the cardinality of this set is at most 1 plus the minimum cardinality of a set that generates the structure



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