**Short introduction to Nonstandard Analysis**

by E. E. Rosinger

**Publisher**: arXiv 2004**Number of pages**: 197

**Description**:

These lecture notes offer a short and rigorous introduction to Nostandard Analysis, mainly aimed to reach to a presentation of the basics of Loeb integration, and in particular, Loeb measures. The Abraham Robinson version of Nostandard Analysis is pursued, with a respective incursion into Superstructures. Two formal languages are used, one simpler at first, and then later, one for the full blown theory.

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