### Ideals of the second category

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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?

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.

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.

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...

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...

We prove that the Niemytzki plane is $\varkappa $-metrizable and we try to explain the differences between the concepts of a stratifiable space and a $\varkappa $-metrizable space. Also, we give a characterisation of $\varkappa $-metrizable spaces which is modelled on the version described by Chigogidze.

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