oligomorphic

ol·i·go·mor·phic

(ol'i-gō-mōr'fik),
Presenting few changes of form; not polymorphic.
[oligo- + G. morphē, form]

ol·i·go·mor·phic

(ol'i-gō-mōr'fik)
Presenting few changes of form; not polymorphic.
[oligo- + G. morphē, form]
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Keywords: Relational structures, ages, counting functions, oligomorphic groups, age algebra, Ramsey theorem, well quasi ordering, cellular graphs, tournaments.
Then G is oligomorphic if and only if the complete theory of R is [[?
At this point, enough to know that the kernel of any relational structure which encodes an oligomorphic permutation group is finite (this fact immediate: if R encodes a permutation groupGacting on a set E then K(R) is the set union of the orbits of the 1-element subsets of E which are finite.
The orbital profile of an oligomorphic group is either polynomial or faster than every polynomial.