Corrigendum to "Partitions and Diamond"

@inproceedings{Matet1987CorrigendumT,
  title={Corrigendum to "Partitions and Diamond"},
  author={Pierre Matet},
  year={1987}
}
  • P. Matet
  • Published 1 November 1987
  • Philosophy, Mathematics
We recall that given an uncountable cardinal ,, 0, asserts the existence of a family s wl. In that case, a slight modification of the original argument yields that (i)-(iii) in the proposition are indeed equivalent, and that they are equivalent to this stronger form of (iv): There exists a family Z, E (K)2 I a < t,, such that the diagonal intersection AL{Z<(h (a)): a < r,} is stationary for every h E 2'. The incorrect proof relied on the claim, p. 39 of [1], that assuming r, is regular, O… 
A dichotomy theorem for the generalized Baire space and elementary embeddability at uncountable cardinals
We consider the following dichotomy for $\Sigma^0_2$ finitary relations $R$ on analytic subsets of the generalized Baire space for $\kappa$: either all $R$-independent sets are of size at most

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