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Balcar) Let J be ~2-additive, 2~~ = H I , and K H ( ~ 2 ) hold true, all relative to a model M . Let G be an M-generic ultrafilter over B(J) . Then in the model M[G], The car- d ali of isatmost The corresponding generalization of this theorem is left to the reader. The paper [7] by K. Namba contains important related results. 49 FOOTNOTES TO PAGE I. ) **) This work has been done during my stay at the University of Leeds, England. Jensen's result was discussed during the Colloquium and that is one of my reasons for publishing the paper here.

If a positive operator P inductively defines a set of type n and is semirecursive relative to a fixed standard functional F of type recursive in F . 3. For n =I , C I may also be deleted. For n = 2 , semirecursive in C 2 is the same as semirecursive in 2E or H~ . 8 below). Therefore all type ~ 3 objects semirecursive in C 3 are N . Conversely, all H nI relations of any type are obviously semirecursive in Cn+ 2 . 5. Let r be positive (a) If r is type 2, then CI(F) is SR (b) If r is type 3, then CI(F) is H~ .

2. Let ning a set of type n : (a) If F is (b) If P is Hn (m > O) m Em r (~) N~ H~ monotone . More generally, we be a monotone inductive operator defi- then ' for CI(P) is also k > n , then el(r) H nm is also 2k m ~k (m) " The other basic principle of monotone inductive definability is the one which demonstrates that all monotone operators wed as positive. Unfortunately, P can be vie- this often requires increasing the complexity of the definition of F . The challenge is to refine the lemma to avoid this higher complexity.

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