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Some results about saturated ideals and about isomorphisms of K-trees.

Frantisek Franek

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**1983**
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Pagination | 150 leaves. |

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The method is discussed in great technical details in the first chapter, while in the second chapter the application of the method is shown on three different models: Model I with an ℵ 1-complete ℵ 2-saturated ideal over ℵ 1 that satisfies Chang’s conjecture, Model II with an ℵ 1-complete ℵ 3-saturated ideal over ℵ 3, and Model Author: Frantisek Franek.

ASSOCIATION FOR SYMBOLIC LOGIC NORTH AMERICAN ANNUAL MEETING University of Waterloo Waterloo, ON May 8 { Some consistency results about saturated ideals. Session C, THURSDAY, MAY 9 Room MC { Natasha Dobrinen (University of Denver), Initial structures in the Tukey Isomorphisms.

Session B, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8. the comments, and to Bradd Hart for introducing me to some diﬀerent aspects of the topic. I would also like to thank the referee for many suggestions and remarks.

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