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Borel spaces II

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Rozprawy Matematyczne tom/nr w serii: 372 wydano: 1997
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CONTENTS
Introduction......................................................................................5
1. Blackwell spaces..........................................................................5
 1.1. Blackwell spaces without the strong Blackwell property...........6
 1.2. Blackwell properties and density..............................................8
 1.3. Sierpiński sets and the Blackwell property.............................18
 1.4. Products and intersections of Blackwell sets.........................22
2. Lattice of subalgebras...............................................................24
 2.1. Complements........................................................................25
 2.2. Maximal conjugates...............................................................26
 2.3. Minimal complements............................................................33
3. Further topics............................................................................37
 3.1. Generators and minimal generators......................................37
 3.2. Rigid and strongly rigid Borel spaces....................................40
 3.3. The extension property.........................................................42
Appendix I.....................................................................................45
Appendix II....................................................................................46
References...................................................................................47
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Dissertationes Mathematicae, Tom CCCLXXII
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1991 Mathematics Subject Classification: 28A05, 04A15, 03E15.
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