Free Shipping on Order Over $60
AfterPay Available
Descriptive Set Theory and Forcing

Descriptive Set Theory and Forcing

How to Prove Theorems about Borel Sets the Hard Way

by Arnold W. MillerA. Lachlan A. Urquhart and others
Paperback
Publication Date: 01/01/1995
  $125.05
or 4 easy payments of $31.26 with
afterpay
This item qualifies for FREE delivery
An advanced graduate course. Some knowledge of forcing is assumed, and some elementary Mathematical Logic, e.g. the Lowenheim-Skolem Theorem. A student with one semester of mathematical logic and 1 of set theory should be prepared to read these notes. The first half deals with the general area of Borel hierarchies. What are the possible lengths of a Borel hierarchy in a separable metric space? Lebesgue showed that in an uncountable complete separable metric space the Borel hierarchy has uncountably many distinct levels, but for incomplete spaces the answer is independent. The second half includes Harrington's Theorem - it is consistent to have sets on the second level of the projective hierarchy of arbitrary size less than the continuum and a proof and appl- ications of Louveau's Theorem on hyperprojective parameters.
ISBN:
9783540600596
9783540600596
Category:
Set theory
Format:
Paperback
Publication Date:
01-01-1995
Language:
English
Publisher:
Springer
Country of origin:
United States
Dimensions (mm):
235x155mm
Weight:
0.22kg

This title is in stock with our Australian supplier and arrives at our Sydney warehouse within 15 working days of you placing an order.

Once received into our warehouse we will despatch it to you with a Shipping Notification which includes online tracking.

Please check the estimated delivery times below for your region, for after your order is despatched from our warehouse:

ACT Metro  2 working days

NSW Metro  2 working days

NSW Rural  2 - 3 working days

NSW Remote  2 - 5 working days

NT Metro  3 - 6 working days

NT Remote  4 - 10 working days

QLD Metro  2 - 4 working days

QLD Rural  2 - 5 working days

QLD Remote  2 - 7 working days

SA Metro  2 - 5 working days

SA Rural  3 - 6 working days

SA Remote  3 - 7 working days

TAS Metro  3 - 6 working days

TAS Rural  3 - 6 working days

VIC Metro  2 - 3 working days

VIC Rural  2 - 4 working days

VIC Remote  2 - 5 working days

WA Metro  3 - 6 working days

WA Rural  4 - 8 working days

WA Remote  4 - 12 working days

Customer Reviews

Be the first to review Descriptive Set Theory and Forcing.