## Lowness properties and approximations of the jump (2006)

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Venue: | Proceedings of the Twelfth Workshop of Logic, Language, Information and Computation (WoLLIC 2005). Electronic Lecture Notes in Theoretical Computer Science 143 |

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@INPROCEEDINGS{Figueira06lownessproperties,

author = {Santiago Figueira and Frank Stephan},

title = {Lowness properties and approximations of the jump},

booktitle = {Proceedings of the Twelfth Workshop of Logic, Language, Information and Computation (WoLLIC 2005). Electronic Lecture Notes in Theoretical Computer Science 143},

year = {2006},

pages = {45--57}

}

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Citation Context ...lowness properties in the direction of characterizing K-trivial sets. A set is K-trivial when it is highly compressible in terms of Kolmogorov complexity (see Section 2 for the formal definition). In =-=[18]-=-, Nies proved that a set is K-trivial if and only if A is low for Martin-Löf-random (i.e. each Martin-Löf-random set is already random relative to A). Terwijn and Zambella [23] defined a set A to be r... |

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Citation Context ...uivalent to being K-trivial. In particular, non-computable low for K sets exist. The corresponding property involving C is only satisfied by the computable sets (because it implies being C-trivial by =-=[7]-=-, which is the same as computable). The characterization of strongly jump-traceable is via a property that states that C A is very close to C, while not implying computability. We know that K-triviali... |

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Citation Context ...trace T such that ∀e [J A (e) ↓ ⇒ J A (e) ∈ Te]. We say that A is jump traceable via a function h if, additionally, T has bound h. Another notion studied in [19] is super-lowness, first introduced in =-=[4, 17]-=-. Definition 2. A set A is ω-r.e. iff there exists a recursive function b such that A(x) = lims→∞ g(x, s) for a recursive {0, 1}-valued g such that g(x, s) changes at most b(x) times, i.e. |{s : g(x, ... |

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Citation Context ...trace T such that ∀e [J A (e) ↓ ⇒ J A (e) ∈ Te]. We say that A is jump traceable via a function h if, additionally, T has bound h. Another notion studied in [19] is super-lowness, first introduced in =-=[4, 17]-=-. Definition 2. A set A is ω-r.e. iff there exists a recursive function b such that A(x) = lims→∞ g(x, s) for a recursive {0, 1}-valued g such that g(x, s) changes at most b(x) times, i.e. |{s : g(x, ... |

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Citation Context ...gly jump-traceable is via a property that states that C A is very close to C, while not implying computability. By [19], K-triviality implies jump-traceability. Recently, Cholak, Downey and Greenberg =-=[9]-=- have shown that for r.e. sets A, strong jump-traceability implies K-triviality. They also prove that there is a K-trivial r.e. set that is not strongly jump-traceable. 2 Basic definitions If A is a s... |

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Citation Context ...= s(z) for all z 6= y. Now let A be a set whose characteristic function extendssand which is low for \Omega . Such a set A exists sincesdefines a \Pi 01 class and Downey, Hirschfeldt, Miller and Nies =-=[11]-=- showed every \Pi 01 class (of sets) has a member which is low for \Omega . Reviewing the construction of , condition (1) enforces thatsis defined on the complete interval Ix if x /2 Y and condition (... |

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Citation Context ...mal definition). In [19], Nies proved that a set is K-trivial if and only if A is low for Martin-Löf-random (that is, each Martin-Löf-random set is already random relative to A). Terwijn and Zambella =-=[24]-=- defined a set A to be recursively traceable if there is a recursive bound p such that for every f ≤T A, there is a recursive r such that for all x, |Dr(x)| ≤ p(x), and (Dr(x))x∈N is a set of possible... |