During the past 25 years, set theory has developed in several interesting directions. The most outstanding results cover the application of sophisticated techniques to problems in analysis, topology, infinitary combinatorics and other areas of mathematics. This book contains a selection of contributions, some of which are expository in nature, embracing various aspects of the latest developments. Amongst topics treated are forcing axioms and their applications, combinatorial principles used to construct models, and a variety of other set theoretical tools including inner models, partitions and trees. Audience: This book will be of interest to graduate students and researchers in foundational problems of mathematics.H(x), alt;$ ai= TVDwi, p an Pn TV, and assume alt;$ e S. Let (Dn : n an w) list all dense open subsets of Ps which are in TV. ... (This will imply that Ps cannot be proper unless wi \ S was nonstationary: If ui \ S was stationary, then Ps does not preserveanbsp;...
|Author||:||C. A. Di Prisco|
|Publisher||:||Kluwer Academic Pub - 1998|