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On model theory , non-commutative geometry and physics

@inproceedings{Zilber2010OnMT,
  title={On model theory , non-commutative geometry and physics},
  author={Boris Zilber},
  year={2010}
}
1.1 Our motivation for working on the subject presented below comes from the realisation of the rather paradoxical situation with the mathematics used by physicists in the last 70 or so years. Physicists have always been ahead of mathematicians in introducing and testing new methods of calculations, leaving to mathematicians the task of putting the new methods and ideas on a solid and rigorous foundation. But this time, with developments in quantum field theory huge progress achieved by… 

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