# Kurepa tree

## Papers overview

Semantic Scholar uses AI to extract papers important to this topic.

2018

2018

- Arch. Math. Log.
- 2018

Monroe Eskew [3] asked whether the tree property at ω2 implies there is no Kurepa tree (as is the case in the Mitchell model, or… (More)

Is this relevant?

2014

2014

- 2014

It is consistent that there exists a Souslin tree T such that after forcing with it, T becomes an almost Souslin Kurepa tree… (More)

Is this relevant?

2013

2013

- Arch. Math. Log.
- 2013

A highly rigid Souslin tree T is constructed such that forcing with T turns T into a Kurepa tree. Club versions of previously… (More)

Is this relevant?

2012

2012

- J. Symb. Log.
- 2012

We show that compact cardinals and MM are sensitive to λ-closed forcings for arbitrarily large λ. This is done by adding… (More)

Is this relevant?

2005

2005

- 2005

Refinements of Buzano’s and Kurepa’s inequalities in inner product spaces and applications for discrete and integral inequalities… (More)

Is this relevant?

1997

1997

- Ann. Pure Appl. Logic
- 1997

In the paper we probe the possibilities of creating a Kurepa tree in a generic extension of a model of CH plus no Kurepa trees by… (More)

Is this relevant?

1994

1994

- Ann. Pure Appl. Logic
- 1994

By an WI-tree we mean a tree of cardinality w1 and height wl. An w,-tree is called a Kurepa tree if all its levels are countable… (More)

Is this relevant?

1993

1993

- 1993

By an !1{tree we mean a tree of power !1 and height !1. An !1{tree is called a Kurepa tree if all its levels are countable and it… (More)

Is this relevant?

1992

1992

- 1992

By an !1{tree we mean a tree of power !1 and height !1 . Under CH and 21 > !2 we call an !1{tree a Jech{Kunen tree if it has many… (More)

Is this relevant?

1991

1991

- Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic
- 1991

By an !1{tree we mean a tree of power !1 and height !1 . Under the assumption of CH plus 21 > !2 we call an !1{tree a Jech{Kunen… (More)

Is this relevant?