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eBook The Stationary Tower: Notes on a Course by W. Hugh Woodin (University Lecture Series) download ISBN: 0821836048
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Publisher: American Mathematical Society (July 2004)
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Volume 38 Issue 3. THE STATIONARY TOWER (Notes o. .Published online by Cambridge University Press: 31 May 2006.

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Table of Contents Book Series Name: University Lecture Series. Volume: 32. Publication Month and Year: 2004-07-02.

The stationary tower is an important method in modern set theory, invented by Hugh Woodin in the 1980s. The book is suitable for a graduate course that assumes some familiarity with forcing, constructibility, and ultrapowers. The Stationary Tower: Notes on a Course by W. Hugh Woodin. Base Product Code Keyword List: ulect; ULECT; ulect/32; ULECT/32; ulect-32; ULECT-32. Print Product Code: ULECT/32. Book Series Name: University Lecture Series. It is a means of constructing generic elementary embeddings and can be applied to produce a variety of useful forcing effects. Hugh Woodin is a leading figure in modern set theory, having made many deep and lasting contributions to the field, in particular to descriptive set theory and large cardinals.

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This book is an introduction to the stationary tower, a method that offers a tool for a construction of generic elementary embeddings. H. Woodin invented the method in the 80s. It produces, among other things, some interesting results concerning, the axiom of determinacy and the descriptive set theory, which follow from various assumptions that there is a class of large (Woodin) cardinals. These facts are discussed in the third chapter. These two chapters are an adapted version of lecture notes from a graduate set theory course given by H. Woodin at Berkley in 1996.

Hugh Woodin is a leading figure in modern set theory, having made many contributions to the field, in particular .

Hugh Woodin is a leading figure in modern set theory, having made many contributions to the field, in particular to descriptive set theory and large cardinals.

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This book is suitable for a graduate course that assumes some familiarity with forcing, constructibility, and ultrapowers. It is also recommended for researchers interested in logic, set theory, and forcing.