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Here we collect articles about doing analysis in HoTT.

Real analysis is about the study of convergence and limits of sequences and functions in Archimedean ordered fields and sequentially Cauchy complete Archimedean ordered fields.

â€¦what are the necessary requirements for the existence of an inverse: that the field be sequentially Cauchy complete, as the Banach fixed point theorem used to prove the inverse function theorem requires the metric to be sequentially Cauchy complete.

- sequence
- sequential convergence space
- limit of a sequence
- sequentially Hausdorff space
- Cauchy sequence
- sequentially Cauchy complete Archimedean ordered field
- real numbers
- uniformly continuous function

to be moved

- function limit space
- limit of a function
- pointwise continuous function
- algebraic limit field
- limit of a binary function approaching a diagonal
- difference quotient
- differentiable function
- Newton-Leibniz operator
- derivative
- inverse image
- iterated inverse image
- infinitely iterated inverse image
- iterated differentiable function
- smooth function
- antiderivative
- algebraic limit vector space?
- partial derivative
- directionally differentiable function
- directional derivative
- algebraic limit Clifford algebra?
- algebraic limit geometric algebra?
- geometric derivative?