Consequences of the Axiom of Choice Project

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The book Consequences of the Axiom of Choice by Paul Howard Send E-Mail to Paul Howard and Jean E. Rubin Send E- Mail to Jean Rubin is volume 59 in the series Mathematical Surveys and Monographs published by the American Mathematical Society in 1998. This book is a survey of research done during the last 100 years on the axiom of choice and its consequences. (Connect to The AMS Bookstore for ordering information.)

The Consequences of the Axiom of Choice Project is a continuation of the research that produced the book. The authors would appreciate learning of any corrections or additions that should be made to the project. (phoward@emunix.emich.edu, jer@math.purdue.edu)

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• Changes and additions to the data base that have occurred since publication of the book
• A TeX version of the implication table, Table 1 which may be downloaded and printed. (Hold down the shift key and click on the file name to download.)
• A TeX version of the auxillary table, Table 2 which may be downloaded and printed (Hold down the shift key and click on the file name to download.)
• A view of the implication table, Table I, restricted to any subset of 10 or fewer forms of the axiom of choice. (Fill out the form below.)

To see the implication table (Table I) restricted to a subset of the forms enter the form numbers (ten forms maximum) separated by spaces or commas below. (You may have to submit the data more than once.)

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• A listing of all models known to satisfy any specified set of conditions. (Complete the form below. You may have to submit the data more than once.)

To see a list of all models with specified characteristics:

1. Enter the numbers of the forms that are to be true in the model separated by spaces or commas below. (Ten forms maximum)

The list of forms to be TRUE in the model(s)

2. Enter the numbers of the forms that are to be false in the model separated by spaces or commas below. (Ten forms maximum)

The list of forms to be FALSE in the model(s)

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