Friday, August 24, 2007

Infinite trees

If you followed Andy Drucker's series of posts on infinite trees and were craving more, be prepared for more foliage:

Via Ars Mathematica, a pointer to Keith Devlin's column on a bizarre counter-version of Konig's tree lemma: namely, if you have an uncountably large tree with countably large levels, then it is not necessarily true that an uncountable path must exist.

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