The tree property on a countable segment of successors of singular cardinals

@article{Golshani2015TheTP,
  title={The tree property on a countable segment of successors of singular cardinals},
  author={Mohammad Golshani and Yair Hayut},
  journal={arXiv: Logic},
  year={2015}
}
Starting from the existence of many supercompact cardinals, we construct a model of ZFC in which the tree property holds at a countable segment of successor of singular cardinals. 

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