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By Claude Dellacherie (auth.), Alexander S. Kechris, Donald A. Martin, Yiannis N. Moschovakis (eds.)

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Homogeneity properties of S2. The tree $2. 5) assume full AD. ) (a) subset of For each [A]W A C 0RD and W a wellordering, defined as follows (~here let W = (S,<)): h ~ A ~ W ~ h s [A]W and A ~W denote the 44 (i) ~ x (ii) ~ S(h(x) > s~p[h(y) : y < x}) X There is [~n]xe S X with X ~0 < ~ l < . . h(x), for all x e S. According to a result of Martin (see Kechris [1978] for example) we have for any W of order t y p e ~1 and any X C [ml]W , that there is C Ci~l 1 cub such that C ~Wc X or C ~Wc~x . e.

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