The indiscernible topology: A mock zariski topology

Journal of Mathematical Logic 1 (01):99-124 (2001)
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We associate with every first order structure [Formula: see text] a family of invariant, locally Noetherian topologies. The structure is almost determined by the topologies, and properties of the structure are reflected by topological properties. We study these topologies in particular for stable structures. In nice cases, we get a behaviour similar to the Zariski topology in algebraically closed fields.



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