The strong tree property and the failure of SCH

Archive for Mathematical Logic 58 (7-8):867-875 (2019)
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Abstract

Fontanella :193–207, 2014) showed that if \ is an increasing sequence of supercompacts and \, then the strong tree property holds at \. Building on a proof by Neeman, we show that the strong tree property at \ is consistent with \, where \ is singular strong limit of countable cofinality.

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