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considered as a topological space.
\end{itemize}
\end{example}
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Polish spaces behave very nicely.
We will see that uncountable polish spaces have size $2^{\aleph_0}$. % TODO: mathfrak c for continuum
There are good notions of big (comeager)
and small (meager).
}{}
\subsection{Topology background}
Recall the following notions:

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\ProvidesPackage{jrpie-gist}[2023/01/22 - gist version for lecture notes]
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\usepackage{jrpie-yaref}
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\usepackage{pdflscape}
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\documentclass[10pt,a4paper,fancyfoot,git]{mkessler-script}
\course{Logic 3: Abstract Topological Dynamics and Descriptive Set Theory}
\course{Logic 3: Abstract Topological Dynamics and Descriptive Set Theory%
\gist{}{\\ GIST}%
}
\lecturer{Aleksandra Kwiatkowska}
%\assistant{}
\author{Josia Pietsch}