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Howard Jerome Keisler
... Jerome Keisler (3 December 1936) is an American mathematician, currently professor emeritus at University of Wisconsin–Madison ... that is, interpreting "dx" as literally representing an infinitesimally small quantity, Keisler published Elementary Calculus An Infinitesimal Approach, a first-year calculus textbook ... Leon Henkin) to what are now called Henkin-Keisler models ...
Peter Keisler - Background
... Hewlett High School in Long Island, New York, Keisler went to Yale University both for undergraduate and law school ... As an undergraduate, Keisler was the Chairman of the Party of the Right (Yale) and the Speaker of the Yale Political Union ... After law school, Keisler clerked for Judge Robert Bork on the D.C ...
Peter Keisler - D.C. Circuit Nomination Under Bush
... Originally, Keisler, a resident of Bethesda, Maryland and a practising lawyer in Washington, D.C ... the White House from making the nomination on the grounds that Keisler did not have strong enough ties to the Maryland legal community ... Keisler was later nominated for a position on the D.C ...
George W. Bush Judicial Appointment Controversies - Others Who Were Considered For Nomination
... of 2001, then-Representative Christopher Cox and lawyer Peter Keisler were both considered for federal appellate judgeships ... Cox was considered for a California seat on the Ninth Circuit and Keisler for a Maryland seat on the Fourth Circuit ... The Maryland seat that Keisler had been considered for was to remain open the entirety of Bush's presidency with the failed nominations of Claude Allen and Rod J ...
Elementary Calculus: An Infinitesimal Approach - Textbook
... Keisler's textbook is based on Robinson's construction of the hyperreal numbers ... Because this is not a subject widely known Keisler also published a companion book, Foundations of Infinitesimal Calculus, for instructors which covers the ... Keisler defines all basic notions of the calculus such as continuity, derivative, and integral using infinitesimals ...