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UNIVERSAL COVERS OF COMMUTATIVE FINITE MORLEY RANK GROUPS

  • Martin Bays (a1), Bradd Hart (a2) and Anand Pillay (a3)
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We give an algebraic description of the structure of the analytic universal cover of a complex abelian variety which suffices to determine the structure up to isomorphism. More generally, we classify the models of theories of ‘universal covers’ of rigid divisible commutative finite Morley rank groups.

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