This is a set of notes extracted from lectures given by the author on the subject of nonstandard games at UCLA's Logic Colloquim, February 1980; at Stanford University, Department of Operations Research, June 1980; and at the Second Victoria International Symposium on NonStandard Analysis, University of Victoria, British Columbia, June 1980. The discussion is for the most part informal but nonetheless covers several aspects of cooperative games of the [n]-person variety, and provides an introduction to nonstandard analysis in some detail.
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