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Homogeneous trees and projective scales

Kechris, Alexander S. (1981) Homogeneous trees and projective scales. In: Cabal Seminar 77-79. Lecture Notes in Mathematics . No.839. Springer-Verlag , Berlin, pp. 33-73. ISBN 978-3-540-10288-5.

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This exposition is a sequel to Kechris [1978]. Its main purpose is to show how set theoretical techniques, among them infinite exponent partition relations can be used to produce homogeneous trees for projective sets. The work here is again understood as being carried completely within L[R], with the hypothesis that AD+DC holds in this model.

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Additional Information:© 1981 Springer. The preparation of this paper was partially supported by NSF Grant MCS 76-17254 A01. The author is an A.P. Sloan Foundation Fellow. We would like to thank Y. N. Moschovakis for making a number of valuable suggestions for improving the presentation of this paper.
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Official Citation:Homogeneous trees and projective scales Alexander S. Kechris pp. 33-73
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