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Reducts of primitive Jordan structures Bradley-Williams, David
A primitive Jordan structure is a structure which has an automorphism group which is a primitive Jordan group. This means that the automorphism group acting on M is a Jordan group which preserves no non-trivial, proper equivalence relations on M. I will give a brief survey of examples where results on Jordan groups have been used to obtain results about reducts of primitive Jordan structures. In particular, I will discuss the classification of reducts, up to interdefinability, of any relatively 2-transitive semilinear ordering.
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