Banach spaces of analytic functions and absolutely summing by A. Pelczynski

By A. Pelczynski

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10. research in 2001. However, in that article I did not employ the Boolean-valued model approach, and hence the line of exposition was quite different. Interested readers can easily find the earlier version on the web. I thank Costas Drossos, Ali Enayat, Martin Goldstern, and Matt Yurkewych for pointing me to references [14], [5], [7], and [15] respectively. I am deeply indebted to Matthew Wiener and especially Andreas Blass for their many prompt and patient answers to my dumb questions about forcing.

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We have realized the dream of adjoining a new subset of M to obtain a larger model (remember that U is a subset of B and we have required B to be in M ). It is, of course, not clear that M -generic ultrafilters exist in general. However, if M is countable, then it turns out to be easy to prove the existence of M -generic ultrafilters; essentially, one just lists the dense sets and hits them one by one. 10 Fortunately for us, the idea sketched at the beginning of Section 5 relies on M being countable anyway.

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