# Are wild problems related to undecidable ones?

In representation theory, there is a well-known notion of a wild classification problem (such problems have been discussed often on this forum, for example, here). In logic, there is a notion of an undecidable problem.

Is there a theorem which says that there is something undecidable about a wild classification problem?

A reference where such issues are discussed would be very helpful.

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It is also well-known (it is stated with references for example in Benson), that the representation theory of the algebra used to define wildness (i.e. $k\langle X,Y\rangle$) is undecidable.