Contributions to Mathematical Logic: Proceedings of the by H. Arnold Schmidt, K. Schutte, H. -J. Thiele

By H. Arnold Schmidt, K. Schutte, H. -J. Thiele

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If there exists a 1-1 correspondence between the generators of p and those of p' which transforms the relators of p into those of p'. , a,}) then for t = O , 1,... ,up,*'>I where *' stands for * repeated t times. By a fully recursive class Q offinite presentations of groups we mean a recursive class such that there exists an algorithm to determine for an arbitrary presentation p whether or not there exist a p' in Q such that p is congruent to p'. THEOREM 3. For each n 2 4 and fully recursive class Q offinite presentations of groups there exists a recursive class K(n, Q ) of Jinite presentations of nmanifolds, endowed with diferentiable (and compatible combinatorial) structures, such that the following hcld: (3A) The class K(n, Q ) is the range of a certain constructed recursive function F,, from the class of all group presentations E , = p*(4p(p) + 4r(p) + t), ~ E Q ,t = 0, 1, ...

HAKEN and v. PO~NARU of P produces the correct answer? to q. And if there is such an E we say that P is effectively solvable; otherwise effectively unsolvable. “We say that decision problem P, is reducible to decision problem P2 if, given access to an oracle which supplies us with the answer to any question of P2, there is a [process] E to answer any question of P, - E being an effective [process] save in that at certain stages we must consult the oracle to determine what to do next” (Boone [6]).

C Then to determine whether or not fmz3%R’, we have the following algorithm: where B0, 8b, el, 02,... are abstract complexes corresponding to fm, fm,,fm2 , ... respectively, recursively enumerate the values of the function X ( 0 , k ) for 8=B0, Oh, 8,, 82,... and k = 1,2, ... in such a way that one generates the mi, %Qt-, ’m’, lo This means: M E Q if and only if Mm:3M(YJl)for some YXeC. Y 45 UNSOLVABLE PROBLEMS IN TOPOLOGY infinite 2-dimensional matrix : x(Q,,1) we:,, 1) w,, 1) WQ,, 1) ......................................

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