Zoom Meeting https://pitt.zoom.us/j/99436318523
Meeting ID: 994 3631 8523
Abstract or Additional Information
Strategies for selection games can generalize topological properties like compactness or denseness. The existence of low information strategies will even characterize some properties. On the other hand, the properties of a space X translate into properties of the continuous real-valued functions on X and of the hyperspace of closed subsets of X. In this talk we will discuss a general scheme that uses connections between two spaces to produce an equivalence of selection games played on those spaces. We will then apply this scheme to generalize results of Aurichi, Dias, Kocinac, Li, Scheepers, Telgarski and Tkachuk about selection games on continuous function and on hyperspaces and we also bring those results under a unified methodology.