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We review the current knowledge concerning strong jump-traceability. We cover the known results relating strong jump-traceability to randomness, and those relating it to degree theory. We also discuss the techniques used in working with strongly jump-traceable sets. We end with a section of open questions.
We show that a Δ02 Turing degree computes solutions to all computable instances of the finite intersection principle if and only if it computes a 1-generic degree. We also investigate finite and infinite variants of the principle.
We show the existence of noncomputable oracles which are low for Demuth randomness, answering a question in  (also Problem 5.5.19 in ). We fully characterize lowness for Demuth randomness using an appropriate notion of traceability. Central to this characterization is a partial relativization of Demuth randomness, which may be more natural than the fully relativized version. We also show that an oracle is low for weak Demuth randomness if and only if it is computable.