nLab Rami Grossberg

Rami Grossberg is a mathematician at Carnegie Mellon University. He specialized in model theory, especially the classification theory of nonelementary classes, infinitary logics, combinatorial set theory and applications to algebra. He wrote his thesis at Hebrew University, Jerusalem in 1986 supervised by Saharon Shelah.

  • webpage with a list of publications
  • Rami Grossberg, Classification theory for abstract elementary classes, Logic and Algebra, ed. Yi Zhang, Contemporary Mathematics 302, AMS, (2002) 165–204, pdf
  • Rami Grossberg, Monica VanDieren, Galois-stability for tame abstract elementary classes, Journal of Mathematical Logic 6, No. 1 (2006) 25–49, pdf

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