By Albert E. Hurd, Peter A. Loeb
The purpose of this ebook is to make Robinson's discovery, and a few of the next learn, on hand to scholars with a history in undergraduate arithmetic. In its numerous varieties, the manuscript used to be utilized by the second one writer in numerous graduate classes on the collage of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. the 1st bankruptcy and components of the remainder of the booklet can be utilized in a sophisticated undergraduate path. examine mathematicians who desire a fast creation to nonstandard research also will locate it invaluable. the most addition of this publication to the contributions of past textbooks on nonstandard research (12,37,42,46) is the 1st bankruptcy, which eases the reader into the topic with an common version appropriate for the calculus, and the fourth bankruptcy on degree idea in nonstandard types.
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8 Theorem (Heine-Borel) A set A c R is compact iff it is closed and bounded. Proof: If A is not closed then, by Proposition 9. 1 (ii), there is an x e A' and a y E • A with y � x; since st(y) = x it follows by Theorem 9. 7 that A is not compact. M ( n) -+ n S �(n) l 11. 6) *91, and choosing co infinite, we see that l *l/l(co) l , and so the point y = *l/l(co) e • A is not near any standard point. 7. is true in 91. d (y) -+ I Y I s M]. (9. 7) By transfer, if y E . ). S(f) shows that x E A . 7. D The nonstandard characterizations of topological notions on the real line developed in this section can easily be extended to n-dimensional space R11• Observe that all characterizations are stated in terms of the notions of near points or monads.
6 in Chapter II). , nonstandard extensions) of sets in R. A typical example is the set R it self, regarded as embedded in *R. For suppose that *A = R for some subset A c R. Two cases are possible: (i) A is bounded above by a number a e R. 7 The Hyperintegers 31 (ii) A is not bounded above. Then for all x e R there is a y e A with x. Thus there is a Skolem function t/1: R -+ A so that the sentence (Vx)[H(x) -+ t/l(x) 2: x A A(t/l(x))] is true in L• . _(x) 2: x A • A(i(x)) ]. In particular, if x is an infinite natural number then there is an element y = *t/l(x) 2: x.
F( x� > . . Jf. ) = 1 ], , x. (x � o . . 6 Proposition I f f is a function of n varia bles on R, then *f is a function n variables and is an extension of f with *(domf) dom *f and of *(range f) = = range *f. 22 I. lnfinitesimals a n d T h e Calculus Proof: That *f is a function follows from the definition of *f. , y ) A [_(x1 , , x. , z) -+ y z]. 5. ) (d om f (x � . . , x . ))] yields *(dom f) = dom *f. To show that *(range f) = range *f is a little tricky, and so we consider the case n = 1 first.
An Introduction to Nonstandard Real Analysis (Pure and Applied Mathematics (Academic Press), Volume 118) by Albert E. Hurd, Peter A. Loeb