By A.B. Kharazishvili

This e-book is dedicated to a couple effects from the classical aspect Set concept and their purposes to definite difficulties in mathematical research of the true line. detect that a variety of issues from this idea are awarded in different books and surveys. From one of the most vital works dedicated to aspect Set idea, allow us to to start with point out the superb e-book by way of Oxtoby [83] during which a deep analogy among degree and type is mentioned intimately. additional, an attractive normal method of difficulties pertaining to degree and classification is built within the recognized monograph via Morgan [79] the place a primary inspiration of a class base is brought and investigated. We additionally desire to point out that the monograph through Cichon, W«;glorz and the writer [19] has lately been released. In that e-book, convinced sessions of subsets of the true line are studied and diverse cardinal valued features (characteristics) heavily hooked up with these periods are investigated. evidently, the IT-ideal of all Lebesgue degree 0 subsets of the genuine line and the IT-ideal of all first classification subsets of a similar line are generally studied in [19], and a number of other rather new effects relating this subject are awarded. eventually, it truly is moderate to note right here that a few specific units of issues, the so-called singular areas, are thought of within the classi

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It is clear that if the given set-valued mapping F has the closed graph, then, for each element x EX, the set F(x) is a closed subset of the space Y. The converse assertion is not true in general. Set-valued mappings with closed graphs are important in different domains of mathematics. We shall discuss below some interesting properties of such set-valued mappings. For our further considerations, we need one auxiliary proposition concerning closed projections. This proposition is due to Kuratowski (see, for instance, [62]).

Taking account of this fact, let us notice that there are several important results concerning set-valued mappings and closely connected with the structure of convexity. For example, let us mention another well-known theorem of Michael on the existence of a continuous selector of a lower semicontinuous convex-set-valued mapping (for details, see [75] and [76]). Also, let us recall an old famous result on convex-set-valued mappings that is due to Kakutani. This result essentially generalizes the classical Brouwer fixed point theorem and has many interesting applications in modern mathematics.

Let B be the closed unit ball in E. Then it can be proved, in the theory ZF & DC, that B is an absolutely nonmeasurable subset of the space (E, f). , in [55]. Now, let us consider the space E from Example 2 as a vector space over the field Q of all rational numbers. Obviously, we have dim(E) = c where dim(E) denotes the algebraic dimension (over Q) of E and c denotes the cardinality of the continuum. Consider also R as a vector space over the field Q. Clearly, we have dim(R) = c. Consequently, we conclude that E and R are isomorphic as vector spaces over Q.