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Amalgamating many overlapping Boolean algebras

  title={Amalgamating many overlapping Boolean algebras},
  author={D. Milovich},
  journal={arXiv: Logic},
  • D. Milovich
  • Published 2016
  • Mathematics
  • arXiv: Logic
  • In general, two overlapping Boolean algebras always extend to a common Boolean algebra, but three may not. We prove a new sufficient condition for $n$ overlapping Boolean algebras to have a common extension. Combining this with the set-theoretic technique of long $\omega_1$-approximation sequences (also known as Davies sequences), we obtain a flexible method of constructing (in ZFC) arbitrarily large Boolean algebras as direct limits of countable Boolean algebras. Along the way, we develop some… CONTINUE READING
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