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In the mathematical practice, the Baire category method is a tool for establishing the existence of a rich array of generic structures. However, in mathematics, the Baire category method is also behind a number of fundamental results such as the Open Mapping Theorem or the Banach–,Steinhaus Boundedness Principle. This volume brings the Baire category method to another level of sophistication via the internal version of the set-theoretic forcing technique. It is the first systematic account of applications of the higher forcing axioms with the stress on the technique of building forcing notions rather than on the relationship between different forcing axioms or their consistency strengths.
Baire Category Theorem and the Baire Category Numbers
Coding Sets by the Real Numbers
Consequences in Descriptive Set Theory
Consequences in Measure Theory
Variations on the Souslin Hypothesis
The S-Spaces and the L-Spaces
The Side-condition Method
Coherent and Lipschitz Trees
Applications to the S-Space Problem and the von Neumann Problem
Structure of Compact Spaces
Ramsey Theory on Ordinals
Five Cofinal Types
Five Linear Orderings
Cardinal Arithmetic and mm
Preserving Stationary Sets
Historical and Other Comments
Readership: Graduate students and researchers in logic, set theory and related fields.
This is a first systematic exposition of the unified approach for building proper, semi-proper, and stationary preserving forcing notions through the method of using elementary submodels as side conditions
The books starts from the classical applications of Martin's axioms and ends with some of the most sophisticated applications of the Proper Forcing Axioms. In this way, the reader is led into a natural process of understanding the combinatorics hidden behind the method