## nonstandard analysisIn a broad sense,nonstandard analysis is the study of the infinitely small; more specifically, it is the study of hyperreal numbers, their functions and properties. Nonstandard analysis, which was pioneered by Abraham Robinson in the 1960s, puts the concept of infinitesimals on a firm mathematical footing and is, for many mathematicians, more intuitive than real analysis. ## Related category• MATHEMATICS | |||||

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