Definition of Generalized continuum hypothesis

1. Noun. (set theory) The hypothesis that, for each ordinal \alpha, there is no cardinal number strictly between \aleph_\alpha and 2^{\aleph_\alpha}, i.e. 2^{\aleph_\alpha}=\aleph_{\alpha+1}. ¹



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