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### Is $\omega^\frac{1}{\omega} > n \forall n \in \mathbb{N}$?

I was thinking about $log(\omega)$ which appears to be $\{\mathbb{N}|\omega^{\frac{1}{n}}\}_{n\in\mathbb{N}}\stackrel{?}{=}\omega^\frac{1}{\omega}$. Intuitively, there's the idea that, if the highest ...

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### Pontryagin dual of the surreal numbers?

Has any work been done on the Pontryagin dual of the surreal numbers (suitably topologized)? I have not been able to find anything and am not sure if this is still unknown.
Alternatively, has this ...

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### Theory of C* algebras over other fields than the complex numbers

How much of the theory of C*-algebras holds when the complex numbers are replaced by different (algebraically closed) field (possibly with a distinguished ordered subfield that satisfies the same ...

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### More information on Kruskal's treatment of Surreal numbers as an asymptotic behavior of a real valued function

The only way that I could think about Surreal numbers is how Conway defined them inductively, with the two axioms and so on. I can't find any information about Kruskal's point of view and would very ...

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### Is it possible to generalize functions like $x^y, \ln x, \sin x, \arctan x$ to surreal numbers or surcomplex numbers?

Is it possible to generalize functions like $x^y, \ln x, \sin x, \arctan x$ to surreal numbers or surcomplex numbers? Which of their properties and relations (e.g. usual trig identities) will still ...

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### Surreal numbers vs. non-standard analysis

What is the relationship between the surreal numbers and non-standard analysis?
In particular, is there a transfer principle for surreal numbers they way there is for NSA?
A specific situation in ...

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### Characterizing the surcomplex numbers

Conway showed that the Field of surreal numbers ("${\bf No}$")
is the maximal totally ordered Field.
Later Jacob Lurie showed that the Group of all partizan games ${\bf Pg}$ is
the universally ...