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On the decidability of finite extensions of decidable fields

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This paper is primarily concerned with the following question which first appeared in Koenigsmann’s On a Question of Abraham Robinson’s:

Is a finite field extension of a decidable field always decidable?

This offers a “twist” to a question that was originally posed by Abraham Robinson in 1973 which had asked whether every finitely generated extension of an undecidable field remains undecidable. The above-mentioned work of Koenigsmann from 2016 (and independently, a r...

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Kesavan Thanagopal More by this author

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University of Oxford
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Queen Mary, University of London
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University of Oxford
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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