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Universal spaces for asymptotic dimension zero

  title={Universal spaces for asymptotic dimension zero},
  author={Yuankui Ma and Jeremy Siegert and Jerzy Dydak},
Dranishnikov and Zarichnyi constructed a universal space in the coarse category of spaces of bounded geometry of asymptotic dimension 0. In this paper we construct universal spaces in the coarse category of separable (respectively, proper) metric spaces of asymptotic dimension 0. Our methods provide an alternative proof of Dranishnikov-Zarichnyi result. 


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