Nonstandard analysis in topology: Nonstandard and standard compactifications

Journal of Symbolic Logic 65 (4):1836-1840 (2000)
Let (X, T) be a topological space and *X a nonstandard extension of X. Sets of the form *G, where G ∈ T. form a base for the "standard" topology ST on *X. The topological space (*X, ST ) will be used to study compactifications of (X, T) in a systematic way
Keywords Nonstandard Extension   Standard Topology   Compactifications   Compact   Locally Compact   Supersober Spaces
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