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Prevalent singular cardinals hypothesis

The following notion is introduced by Assaf Rinot: Definition. A singular cardinal $\kappa$ is a prevalent singular cardinal iff there exists a family $\mathbb{A}\subset P(\kappa)$ with ...
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Consistency strength of the failure of Shelah's Strong Hypothesis (SSH)

Some known facts about SSH (Shelah's Strong Hypothesis): i) "$0^\sharp$ does not exist" implies SSH. ii) SSH implies SCH (Singular Cardinal Hypothesis). iii) The failure of SCH is equiconsistent ...
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Other variants of the Shelah's Weak Hypothesis

The paper "Splitting families of sets in ZFC", of Menachem Kojman, presents these variants of the Shelah's Weak Hypothesis: $$ (\textrm{SWH}_n) \textrm{ There are no infinite } \nu \textrm{ and } ...
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Some variants of the Shelah's Weak Hypothesis

Are equivalent (in ZFC) the following two statements, for any infinite cardinal $\mu$? (i) For every infinite cardinal $\kappa$, $|\{ \lambda \in \kappa : \lambda \textrm{ is a singular cardinal and} ...
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“cov vs pp” problem

This is the problem $(\beta)$ of the section 14.7 in the "Analytical Guide" of the Shelah's book "Cardinal Arithmetic": $(\beta)$ Is $\operatorname{cov} ( \lambda , \lambda, \aleph_{1} , 2) =^{+} ...
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Existence of scales with special properties

Let $\kappa$ be a singular cardinal, and let $\langle \kappa_i \mid i<\mathrm{cf}(\kappa) \rangle$ be an increasing sequence of regular cardinals cofinal in $\kappa$. Recall that a scale on ...
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a partial order not dense iff a measurable exists

For $\kappa>0$ a regular cardinal, let $Ht_\kappa$ denote the following partial quasi-order: (i) elements(objects) of $Ht_\kappa$ are classes X of sets of size $\kappa$ with the property that, ...
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Generalizations of pcf theory

Does anyone know of generalizations of pcf theory where we might consider products of the form: $$\aleph_1 \times (\aleph_2 \times \aleph_2) \times (\aleph_3 \times \aleph_3 \times \aleph_3) \dots$$ ...
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Bounds on $\max \mathrm{pcf}(A)$ if $\Pi A$ is big

For concreteness, let $A = \{\aleph_n : n < \omega\}$. We know $\max \mathrm{pcf}(A) \in [\aleph_{\omega+1},\Pi A]$. My question is, if $\Pi A$ is big (say, $\aleph_{\omega_1+1}$), then which ...