Some new results on Borel irreducibility of equivalence relations ∗

@inproceedings{Kanovei2008SomeNR,
  title={Some new results on Borel irreducibility of equivalence relations ∗},
  author={Vladimir Kanovei and Michael Reeken},
  year={2008}
}
We prove that orbit equivalence relations (ERs, for brevity) of generically turbulent Polish actions are not Borel reducible to ERs of a family which includes Polish actions of S∞, the group of all permutations of N, and is closed under the Fubini product modulo the ideal Fin of all finite sets, and some other operations. Our second main result shows that T2, an equivalence relation called “the equality of countable sets of the reals”, is not Borel reducible to another family of ERs which… CONTINUE READING

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