Hi, I think I read here; maybe not, that , within a non-standard model of the Reals, it is possible to have probabilities , say over an interval, so that each point has non-zero probability.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

AFAIK, the transfer principle ( a.k.a elementary equivalence of models) does not disallow having a convergent uncountable sum ( tho a sum over an uncountable index has to be defined carefully). Anyone know about this and/or have a ref? Thanks,

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# Probabilities on Non-Standard Models.

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