Die ist die Homepage der Vorlesung "Infinitary combinatorics"
im Wintersemester 2019/2020.
Lehrperson
Giorgio Laguzzi
(Please feel free to contact me at giorgio.laguzzi@libero.it for asking any question about the course.)
Ort und Zeit
Do 16  18, SR 127
Di 16  18, SR 414
Kommentar
The course is primarily an introduction to infinitary combinatorics, one of the main tools in set theory and forcing method. More specifically during the course the following topics are introduced and analysed: Mad families, Martin's axiom and its equivalent statements, Suslin problem, infinite trees, club filter, diamond principles.
Moreover we are going to also give applications of this tools in measure theory, topology and basic Ramsey theory. The course is not meant to include an introduction to forcing method, but it provides a detailed study of the combinatorics machinery used in forcing theory, in order to give a robust basis for further studies in that direction as well.
Literatur

T. Bartoszynski, H. Judah,  Set Theory  On the structure of the real line, AK Peters, 1995.

K. Kunen, Set Theory  An introduction to independence proofs, North Holland, 1980.
Exercise Sheets
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