General and introductory works in nonstandard analysis


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Cutland N ed (1988) NSA and its applications. CUP

Cutland N and Neves V ed (1995) Devel. in nonstandard math. Longman

Dauben J (1995) Abraham Robinson, the creation of NSA, a personal and mathematical odyssey. Princeton U. Press

Davis M (1977) Applied NSA. Wiley, New York.

Davis M and Hersh R (1972) NSA. Scientific American 226 #6 pp 78-86

Diener F and Diener M (1996) NSA in Practice. Springer-Verlag

Hoskins R (1990) Standard and NSA, Ellis Horwood, New York.

Hurd A and Loeb P eds (1974) Victoria symposium on NSA: Lecture notes in Math. 369 (Springer, New York)

Hurd A ed (1983) NSA -- recent developments. Lecture notes in Math. 983 Berlin; New York, Springer-Verlag.

Landers D and Rogge L (1991) Nichtstandard Analysis. Springer-Verlag.

Lindstrom T (1988) An invitation to NSA; in NSA and its applications (Cutland N ed), CUP 1988.

Lutz R and Goze M (1981) NSA: a practical guide with applications. Berlin; New York, Springer-Verlag

Luxemburg W (1973) What is NSA? American Math. Monthly Vol 80 #6 Part II pp 38-67 (published as supplement to Vol 80 #6 under title: Papers in the Foundations of Mathematics. #13 of the Herbert Ellsworth Slaught Memorial Papers)

Luxemburg W and Robinson A editors (1972) Contributions to NSA. North-Holland, Amsterdam.

Machover M and Hirschfield J (1969) Lectures on NSA. Lecture Notes in Math. 94 Springer.

Robert A (1984) Une approche naive de l'analyse non-standard. Dialectica 38 pp 287-296

Robert A (1985) Analyse Non-Standard. Press Polytechnique Romandes, Lausanne.

Robert A (1988) NSA. New York. Wiley (English translation of 1985 book)

Robinson A (1974) NSA. Princeton Univ. Press (Reissued paperback 1996, ISBN 0-691-04490-2)

Simpson A (1990) The Infidel is Innocent. Math. Intelligencer Vol 12 #3 pp 43-51

Voros A (1973) Intro. to NSA. J. Math. Phys. 14 pp 292-296