Constructive non-standard analysis

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In mathematics, constructive nonstandard analysis is a version of Abraham Robinson's non-standard analysis, developed by Moerdijk (1995), Palmgren (1998), Ruokolainen (2004). Ruokolainen wrote:

The possibility of constructivization of nonstandard analysis was studied by Palmgren (1997, 1998, 2001). The model of constructive nonstandard analysis studied there is an extension of Moerdijk’s (1995) model for constructive nonstandard arithmetic.

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  • Ieke Moerdijk, A model for intuitionistic nonstandard arithmetic, Annals of Pure and Applied Logic, vol. 73 (1995), pp. 37–51.
"Abstract: This paper provides an explicit description of a model for intuitionistic non-standard arithmetic, which can be formalized in a constructive metatheory without the axiom of choice."[1]
  • Erik Palmgren, Developments in Constructive Nonstandard Analysis, Bull. Symbolic Logic Volume 4, Number 3 (1998), 233–272.
"Abstract: We develop a constructive version of nonstandard analysis, extending Bishop's constructive analysis with infinitesimal methods. ..."[2]