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  1. Nonisolated Degrees and the Jump Operator.Guohua Wu - 2002 - Annals of Pure and Applied Logic 117 (1-3):209-221.
    Say that a d.c.e. degree d is nonisolated if for any c.e. degree a
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  • Isolation in the CEA Hierarchy.Geoffrey LaForte - 2004 - Archive for Mathematical Logic 44 (2):227-244.
    Examining various kinds of isolation phenomena in the Turing degrees, I show that there are, for every n>0, (n+1)-c.e. sets isolated in the n-CEA degrees by n-c.e. sets below them. For n≥1 such phenomena arise below any computably enumerable degree, and conjecture that this result holds densely in the c.e. degrees as well. Surprisingly, such isolation pairs also exist where the top set has high degree and the isolating set is low, although the complete situation for jump classes remains unknown.
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  • On a Problem of Ishmukhametov.Chengling Fang, Guohua Wu & Mars Yamaleev - 2013 - Archive for Mathematical Logic 52 (7-8):733-741.
    Given a d.c.e. degree d, consider the d.c.e. sets in d and the corresponding degrees of their Lachlan sets. Ishmukhametov provided a systematic investigation of such degrees, and proved that for a given d.c.e. degree d > 0, the class of its c.e. predecessors in which d is c.e., denoted as R[d], can consist of either just one element, or an interval of c.e. degrees. After this, Ishmukhametov asked whether there exists a d.c.e. degree d for which the class R[d] (...)
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