Generalizing random real forcing for inaccessible cardinals

@article{Cohen2016GeneralizingRR,
  title={Generalizing random real forcing for inaccessible cardinals},
  author={S. Cohen and S. Shelah},
  journal={arXiv: Logic},
  year={2016}
}
The two parallel concepts of "small" sets of the real line are meagre sets and null sets. Those are equivalent to Cohen forcing and Random real forcing for aleph_0^aleph_0; in spite of this similarity, the Cohen forcing and Random Real Forcing have very different shapes. One of these differences is in the fact that the Cohen forcing has an easy natural generalization for lambda 2 while lambda greater than aleph 0, corresponding to an extension for the meagre sets, while the Random real forcing… Expand
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