FOM: New Classifications 2
friedman at math.ohio-state.edu
Thu Feb 21 20:16:57 EST 2002
A continuation of 11:01AM 2/20/02.
We now move to classifications which don't involve an inclusion tower A
containedin B containedin C containedin N and don't involve any notion of
CLASSIFICATION. For all multivariate f,g from N into N of quadratic growth,
there exist infinite sets A1,A2,A3 containedin N obeying any given set of
disjoint union inclusions
Ai U. fAj containedin Ap U. gAq
where i,j < p,q.
The statements in the classification are either provable in ACA or are
provably equivalent to the 1-consistency of Mahlo cardinals of finite order
Obviously the "master" case of these two:
A1 U. fA1 containedin A3 U. gA2
A1 U. fA2 containedin A3 U. gA3
is a particularly simple special case. Recall that this case is provably
equivalent to the 1-consistency of Mahlo cardinals of finite order over ACA.
As usual, I can use other related notions of healthy growth, and get the
(For those just tuning in, U. is "disjoint union").
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