**Set Theoretic Real Analysis**

by Krzysztof Ciesielski

**Publisher**: Heldermann Verlag 1997**Number of pages**: 48

**Description**:

This article is a survey of the recent results that concern real functions (from Rn into R) and whose solutions or statements involve the use of set theory. The choice of the topics follows the author's personal interest in the subject, and there are probably some important results in this area that did not make to this survey. Most of the results presented here are left without the proofs.

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