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Interpreting true arithmetic in the local structure of the enumeration degrees. (English) Zbl 1257.03066

In the paper the enumeration reducibility and the induced structure of the enumeration degrees are considered. It is shown that the theory of the local structure of the enumeration degrees is computably isomorphic to the theory of first-order arithmetic. The methods used to prove the main result rely on the notion of an \({\mathcal H}\)-pair introduced by Kalimullin and used to show the definability of the enumeration jump operation. Using this notion, a novel coding method is introduced to code a large class of countable relations.

MSC:

03D30 Other degrees and reducibilities in computability and recursion theory
03F30 First-order arithmetic and fragments
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