Marek Bienias

# Marek Bienias: General methods in algebrability

08/04/15 19:18

Tuesday, April 14, 2015 17:15

Let \(\kappa\) be a cardinal number and let \(\mathcal{L}\) be a commutative algebra. Assume that \(A\subseteq\mathcal{L}\). We say that \(A\) is:

In many recent articles authors studied algebrability of sets naturally appering in mathematical analysis. It seems that required results are the general methods of algebrability which can cover known methods and give new constructions.

We will describe two methods:

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*Title*: General methods in algebrability*Abstract*: During last 15 years new idea of measuring sets appeared and become popular.**Def.**Let \(\kappa\) be a cardinal number and let \(\mathcal{L}\) be a commutative algebra. Assume that \(A\subseteq\mathcal{L}\). We say that \(A\) is:

- \(\kappa\)-
*algegrable*if \(A\cup \{0\}\) contains \(\kappa\)-generated algebra \(B\); *strongly*\(\kappa\)-*algegrable*if \(A\cup \{0\}\) contains \(\kappa\)-generated free algebra \(B\).

In many recent articles authors studied algebrability of sets naturally appering in mathematical analysis. It seems that required results are the general methods of algebrability which can cover known methods and give new constructions.

We will describe two methods:

*independent Bernstein sets*and*exponential like*. They let us prove many results concerning algebrability and strong algebrability of subsets of algebras \(\mathbb{R}^\mathbb{R}\), \(\mathbb{C}^\mathbb{C}\), \(\mathbb{R}^\mathbb{N}\), \(C[0,1]\), \(\mathcal{l}_\infty\). Most of presented applications give the best possible result in terms of complication of built algebraic structure and cardinality of set of generators of this structure (in most cases \(\mathfrak c\) or \(2^{\mathfrak c}\)).