List of Things Named After Alfred Tarski - Theorems


  • Knaster–Tarski theorem (sometimes referred to as Tarski's fixed point theorem)
  • Tarski's undefinability theorem
  • Tarski–Seidenberg theorem
  • Some fixed point theorems, usually variants of the Kleene fixed-point theorem, are referred to the Tarski–Kantorovitch fixed–point principle or the Tarski–Kantorovitch theorem although the use of this terminology is limited.
  • Tarski's theorem

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