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Open Coloring Axiom; dense sets of reals; towers; forcing; Suslin trees
We shall show that Open Coloring Axiom has different influence on the algebra $\Cal P(\Bbb N)/fin$ than on $\Bbb N^\Bbb N/fin$. The tool used to accomplish this is forcing with a Suslin tree.
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