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782. Continuum Theory 2.
The fundamental properties of continua (compact, connected, metric spaces), including boundary bumping, space filling curves, structure of specialcontinua, and inverse limits.
783. Set Theory and Applications.
The course elaborates on the applications of the transfinite induction, and combines recursion methods with other elements of modern set theory, including the use of additional axioms of set theory, introduction to the forcing method.
Comments From Graduate Director:
A continuation from Math 683 Set Theory, offered in Spring 2011. See the instructor for more information.