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NONSTANDARD SET THEORY and related topics
 
Organizers: Karel Hrbacek (CCNY) and Mauro Di Nasso (Univ. of Pisa and CCNY)

A meeting of MAMLS (Mid-Atlantic Mathematical Logic Seminar) devoted to recent developments in the axiomatic approaches to the foundations of Nonstandard Analysis and related topics took place December 1 - 2, 2000 at CCNY (City College of New York), 138th St. and Convent Ave., New York, NY 10031.


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D. Ballard (Sonoma State University):

Lessons from foundational work in nonstandard set theory: a set-theoretic cosmology for mathematics.

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M. Di Nasso (University of Pisa and CCNY):

A set theory where all sets have nonstandard extensions

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A. Enayat (American University):

Conservative extensions of models of arithmetic and set theory.

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H. Friedman (Ohio State University):

Two universe axiomatizations of set theory.

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E. Gordon (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign):

An axiomatics for nonstandard set theory.

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K. Hrbacek (CCNY):

Nonstandard set theory and some of its problems.

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R. Jin (College of Charleston):

Picking one point in every monad countably determinedly.

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R. Kossak (CUNY Graduate Center and BCCNY):

Nonstandard model theory?

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D. Ross (University of Hawaii):

Ramsey theory and nonstandard analysis.

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J. Schmerl (University of Connecticut):

Automorphisms of models of Peano arithmetic.

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