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Superatomic Boolean algebras constructed from morasses

  • Peter Koepke (a1) and Juan Carlos Martínez (a2)

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By using the notion of a simplified (κ, 1)-morass, we construct κ-thin-tall, κ-thin-thick and, in a forcing extension, κ-very thin-thick superatomic Boolean algebras for every infinite regular cardinal κ.

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