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With John Clemens and Gianni Krakoff.

Abstract: We introduce the computable FS-jump, an analog of the classical Friedman–Stanley jump in the context of equivalence relations on $\mathbb N$. We prove that the computable FS-jump is proper with respect to computable reducibility. We then study the effect of the computable FS-jump on computably enumerable equivalence relations (ceers).