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Graduate student (Cornell University).
Jul 23 |
asked | The (global) theory of Borel equivalence relations |
Jul 14 |
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Name/terminology for a relationship between group actions
What is the definition of "inflation" here? |
Jul 14 |
revised |
Name/terminology for a relationship between group actions
edited tags |
Jul 14 |
asked | Name/terminology for a relationship between group actions |
Jul 9 |
accepted | How much does the absolute value of an operator behave like an absolute value? |
Jul 8 |
asked | How much does the absolute value of an operator behave like an absolute value? |
Jul 2 |
awarded | Curious |
Jun 20 |
awarded | Yearling |
Jun 20 |
asked | Characterization of ideals in the bounded operators |
Jun 18 |
accepted | Why do the projections in the Calkin algebra not form a lattice? |
Jun 17 |
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Why do the projections in the Calkin algebra not form a lattice?
Nik, this does seems a bit clearer. Two questions: What is allowing us to find the n(i) as claimed? And what is meant by R/S? |
Jun 17 |
asked | Why do the projections in the Calkin algebra not form a lattice? |
Jun 12 |
accepted | Is $\ell^\infty$ Polishable? |
Jun 11 |
asked | Is $\ell^\infty$ Polishable? |
Jun 6 |
revised |
A characterization of Mathias reals
added 84 characters in body |
Jun 5 |
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A characterization of Mathias reals
Right, that seems to work, so each $Y_n$, for $n\geq 1$, has the property that if there exists $t\subset\{m_0,\ldots,m_n\}$ and $Y\subset Y_n$ is such that $(s\cup t,Y)\in D$, then $(s\cup t,Y_n)\in D$. $Y_0$ may not have this property, but in the part of the proof (in the edit) where this is used, we can WLOG assume that $m_0\notin X$. |
Jun 5 |
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A characterization of Mathias reals
@FrançoisG.Dorais That looks like it works, but how do we go about choosing such a $Y_{n+1}$? As written, the natural thing to do is to take the intersection of the finitely many witnesses (at most one for each $t\subset\{m_0,\ldots,m_n\}$), but this might be empty or finite. |
Jun 5 |
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A characterization of Mathias reals
@JohnBentin Yes, fixed now. |
Jun 5 |
revised |
A characterization of Mathias reals
Fixed typo in definition of extension. |
Jun 5 |
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A characterization of Mathias reals
@FrançoisG.Dorais Is it clear that we can do that in this case? Also, I've added the rest of the proof in an edit, showing where this part of the construction is being used. |