Anton Bernshteyn (UIUC Math) Baire measurable colorings of group actions: Part Ⅲ Abstract: Suppose that a countable group $\Gamma$ acts continuously on a Polish space $X$ and denote this action by $\alpha$. Does there exist a Baire measurable coloring $f \colon X \to \mathbb{N}$ satisfying certain local constraints? Or, better to say, can we characterize the coloring problems which admit Baire measurable solutions over $\alpha$? We will show that, on the one hand, there is no such Borel characterization—the problem is complete analytic. On the other hand, when $\alpha$ is the shift action, we prove that, roughly speaking, a Baire measurable coloring exists if and only if it can be found by a greedy algorithm. 
