Stevo  Todorcevic - University of Toronto, Department of Mathematics. Toronto, ON, CA

Stevo Todorcevic Stevo  Todorcevic

Professor | University of Toronto, Department of Mathematics

Toronto, ON, CA
Stevo Todorčević is a Serbian-French-Canadian mathematician, known for his research in Ramsey theory, and mathematical analysis.

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Set Theory Ramsey theory

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Dispute over Infinity Divides Mathematicians

Scientific American  online

2013-12-03

But unlike most of the ZFC axioms, the new ones “are not self-evident, or at least not self-evident at this stage of our knowledge, so we have a much more difficult task,” said Stevo Todorcevic, a mathematician at the University of Toronto and the French National Center for Scientific Research in Paris.

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A new class of Ramsey-classification theorems and their applications in the Tukey theory of ultrafilters, Part 2
Transactions of the American Mathematical Society

2015


Finite basis for analytic multiple gaps
Publications mathématiques de l'IHÉS

2015

An n-gap consists of n many pairwise orthogonal families of subsets of a countable set that cannot be separated. We prove that for every positive integer n there is a finite basis for the class of analytic n-gaps. The proof requires an analysis of certain combinatorial problems on the n-adic tree, and in particular a new partition theorem for trees...

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A new class of Ramsey-classification theorems and their application in the Tukey theory of ultrafilters, Part 1
Transactions of the American Mathematical Society

2014

Motivated by a Tukey classification problem, we develop a new topological Ramsey space R1 that in its complexity comes immediately after the classical Ellentuck space. Associated with Ra is an ultrafilter U1 which is weakly Ramsey but not Ramsey. We prove a canonization theorem for equivalence relations on fronts on R1...

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Combinatorial dichotomies and cardinal invariants
arXiv

2013

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Automatic ordinals
arXiv

2012

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