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Ershov hierarchy and the T-jump. (English. Russian original) Zbl 0673.03033
Algebra Logic 27, No. 4, 292-301 (1988); translation from Algebra Logika 27, No. 4, 464-478 (1988).
Let \((O,<_ O)\) be the Kleene system of ordinal symbols, let \(\Sigma_ a^{-1}\), \(\Delta_ a^{-1}\) (a\(\in O)\) be the classes of the Ershov hierarchy [see Yu. L. Ershov’s papers, Algebra Logika 7, No.4, 15- 47 (1968; Zbl 0216.009) and ibid. 9, No.1, 34-51 (1970; Zbl 0233.02017)], and let ’ be the T-jump operator. The following main theorem is proved: 1) For any r.e. set A and any \(a\in O\) not being the least one, there exists a set \(R\in \Sigma_ a^{-1}\) such that \(R'\equiv_ TA'\) and R is not T-equivalent to any set of \(\Delta_ a^{-1}\). 2) For any r.e. set A and any limit ordinal \(a\in O\) there exists a set \(R\in \Delta_ a^{-1}\) such that \(R'\equiv_ TA'\) and R is not T-equivalent to any set of \(\cup_{b<_ Oa}\Sigma_ b^{-1}\).
Reviewer: Phan Dinh Dieu
03D55 Hierarchies of computability and definability
03D30 Other degrees and reducibilities in computability and recursion theory
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