Csirmaz, László (1999) *Nemsztenderd analízis.* Typotex, Budapest.

| Postscript (Title page) - in Hungarian 22Kb |
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| Postscript (Chapter 1) - in Hungarian 66Kb |
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## Abstract

An introduction to nonstandard analysis. In the book we give a non-standard proof of the famous Picard theorem and introduce the Julia directions.

Content:

1. Introduction

2. Tools from Logic

3. Enlargement

4. Elementary Calculus

5. Metric spaces

6. Sparse polynomials

7. Complex functions

A. Appendix

References

Item Type: | Book |
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Keywords and phrases: | non-standard analysis, complex functions, Picard theorem, metric spaces, uniform convergence |

Subjects: | 30A05 Monogenic properties of complex functions (including polygenic and areolar monogenic functions) 40A05 Convergence and divergence of series and sequences 26E35 Nonstandard analysis |

Divisions: | Research Groups > Theoretical cryptography |

Last Modified: | 18 Jul 2009 18:20 |

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