Up to Equimorphism, Hyperarithmetic Is Recursive

Journal of Symbolic Logic 70 (2):360 - 378 (2005)
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Two linear orderings are equimorphic if each can be embedded into the other. We prove that every hyperarithmetic linear ordering is equimorphic to a recursive one. On the way to our main result we prove that a linear ordering has Hausdorff rank less than $\omega _{1}^{\mathit{CK}}$ if and only if it is equimorphic to a recursive one. As a corollary of our proof we prove that, given a recursive ordinal α, the partial ordering of equimorphism types of linear orderings of Hausdorff rank at most α ordered by embeddablity is recursively presentable
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