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On some problem of A. Rosłanowski

Szymon Plewik — 1996

Colloquium Mathematicae

We present a negative answer to problem 3.7(b) posed on page 193 of [2], where, in fact, A. Rosłanowski asked: Does every set of Lebesgue measure zero belong to some Mycielski ideal?

Ideals which generalize (v 0)

Piotr KalembaSzymon Plewik — 2010

Open Mathematics

Countable products of finite discrete spaces with more than one point and ideals generated by Marczewski-Burstin bases (assigned to trimmed trees) are examined, using machinery of base tree in the sense of B. Balcar and P. Simon. Applying Kulpa-Szymanski Theorem, we prove that the covering number equals to the additivity or the additivity plus for each of the ideals considered.

On metric σ-discrete spaces

Szymon PlewikMarta Walczyńska — 2016

Banach Center Publications

By studying dimensional types of metric scattered spaces, we consider the wider class of metric σ-discrete spaces. Applying techniques relevant to this wider class, we present new proofs of some embeddable properties of countable metric spaces in such a way that they can be generalized onto uncountable metric scattered spaces. Related topics are also explored, which gives a few new results.

Skeletally Dugundji spaces

Andrzej KucharskiSzymon PlewikVesko Valov — 2013

Open Mathematics

We introduce and investigate the class of skeletally Dugundji spaces as a skeletal analogue of Dugundji space. Our main result states that the following conditions are equivalent for a given space X: (i) X is skeletally Dugundji; (ii) every compactification of X is co-absolute to a Dugundji space; (iii) every C*-embedding of the absolute p(X) in another space is strongly π-regular; (iv) X has a multiplicative lattice in the sense of Shchepin [Shchepin E.V., Topology of limit spaces with uncountable...

On the ideal (v 0)

Piotr KalembaSzymon PlewikAnna Wojciechowska — 2008

Open Mathematics

The σ-ideal (v 0) is associated with the Silver forcing, see [5]. Also, it constitutes the family of all completely doughnut null sets, see [9]. We introduce segment topologies to state some resemblances of (v 0) to the family of Ramsey null sets. To describe add(v 0) we adopt a proof of Base Matrix Lemma. Consistent results are stated, too. Halbeisen’s conjecture cov(v 0) = add(v 0) is confirmed under the hypothesis t = min{cf(c), r}. The hypothesis cov(v 0) = ω 1 implies that (v 0) has the ideal...

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