# Extending real-valued functions in βκ

Fundamenta Mathematicae (1997)

- Volume: 152, Issue: 1, page 21-41
- ISSN: 0016-2736

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topDow, Alan. "Extending real-valued functions in βκ." Fundamenta Mathematicae 152.1 (1997): 21-41. <http://eudml.org/doc/212197>.

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abstract = {An Open Coloring Axiom type principle is formulated for uncountable cardinals and is shown to be a consequence of the Proper Forcing Axiom. Several applications are found. We also study dense C*-embedded subspaces of ω*, showing that there can be such sets of cardinality $c$ and that it is consistent that ω*\{pis C*-embedded for some but not all p ∈ ω*.
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author = {Dow, Alan},

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keywords = {Proper Forcing Axiom; Open Colouring Axiom; -embedding; Čech-Stone compactification; first-countability; countable separability; reflection theorem for ideals of countable sets; Hausdorff-Luzin-type gap; finite-to-one graph type family; countably tight space; Martin's Axiom},

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