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Monads of infinite points and finite product spaces

Author: Frank Wattenberg
Journal: Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 176 (1973), 351-368
MSC: Primary 54D15; Secondary 02H25
MathSciNet review: 0312463
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Abstract: The notion of ``monad'' is generalized to infinite (i.e. non-near-standard) points in arbitrary nonstandard models of completely regular topological spaces. The behaviour of several such monad systems in finite product spaces is investigated and we prove that for paracompact spaces X such that $ X \times X$ is normal, the covering monad $ \mu $ satisfies $ \mu (x,y) = \mu (x) \times \mu (y)$ whenever x and y have the same ``order of magnitude.'' Finally, monad systems, in particular non-standard models of the real line, R, are studied and we show that in a minimal nonstandard model of R exactly one monad system exists and, in fact, $ \mu (x) = \{ x\} $ if x is infinite.

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Keywords: Nonstandard analysis, monad systems, minimal ultrafilters, P-points
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