The consistency strength of the tree property at the double successor of a measurable cardina

Tom 208 / 2010

Natasha Dobrinen, Sy-David Friedman Fundamenta Mathematicae 208 (2010), 123-153 MSC: 03E35, 03E55, 03E45. DOI: 10.4064/fm208-2-2

Streszczenie

The Main Theorem is the equiconsistency of the following two statements:

(1) $\kappa$ is a measurable cardinal and the tree property holds at $\kappa^{++}$;

(2) $\kappa$ is a weakly compact hypermeasurable cardinal.

From the proof of the Main Theorem, two internal consistency results follow: If there is a weakly compact hypermeasurable cardinal and a measurable cardinal far enough above it, then there is an inner model in which there is a proper class of measurable cardinals, and in which the tree property holds at the double successor of each strongly inaccessible cardinal. If $0^{\#}$ exists, then we can construct an inner model in which the tree property holds at the double successor of each strongly inaccessible cardinal. We also find upper and lower bounds for the consistency strength of there being no special Aronszajn trees at the double successor of a measurable cardinal. The upper and lower bounds differ only by 1 in the Mitchell order.

Autorzy

  • Natasha DobrinenDepartment of Mathematics
    University of Denver
    2360 S Gaylord St
    Denver, CO 80208, U.S.A.
    e-mail
  • Sy-David FriedmanKurt Gödel Research Center for Mathematical Logic
    Universität Wien
    Währinger Strasse 25
    A-1090 Wien, Austria
    e-mail

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