Non-standard Analysis

April 4, 2011

These slides are based on A.E. Hurd, P.A. Loeb – An Introduction to Nonstandard Analysis.

Check them out. They’re supposed to be moderately self-contained, but standard analysis basic fluency is somewhat assumed.

EDIT: New draft. Some more examples, figures.

EDIT2: Presented this at the student analysis seminar. Found some typos, naturally. Fixed for posterity and for great justice.


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