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Tutorial: Generic Elementary Embeddings Lecture 2: Consistency results
 

Summary: Tutorial: Generic Elementary Embeddings
Lecture 2: Consistency results
Matt Foreman
University of California, Irvine
1
Recap
Last time:
We saw how generic elementary embedding as-
sumptions are natural generalizations of con-
ventional large cardinals.
We saw that they could naturally be charac-
terized by the "three parameters".
Finally, we saw that the combinatorial device
of "ideals" could be used to encode the generic
elementary embedding assumptions.
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Induced vs. natural ideals
The manner we got ideals from generic em-
beddings was to start with a generic embed-
ding j : V M V [G], choose an element

  

Source: Andrews, Peter B. - Department of Mathematical Sciences, Carnegie Mellon University

 

Collections: Mathematics