Tuesday, 10 November 2015
2:30 - 4:00  R. Raphael (Concordia)
"By an easy induction..."

We discuss the countable lifting property. An error in an induction argument by Topping has raised interest in when the CLP holds. We review the case of maps between rings of continuous functions. The main content is on a counterexample due to Burgess to a suggestion made that a positive result holds for vector lattices over finite fields.