### Project summary

Discontinuous Analysis is a recent breakthrough discovery by Victor Porton. It is based on "generalized limit" that exists for every function at every point (compare it with square root of -1: it doesn't exist in real numbers but exists in a broader set of complex numbers). Note that generalized limit is generally not a number, but a special infinite-dimensional vector. This allows to easily define derivative and integrals of an arbitrary function, sum of an arbitrary series, etc.

The project is basically an Analysis I course but with arbitrary rather than continuous or differentiable functions.

Note that it was not published in peer review, because it depends on my other scientific work, Algebraic Theory of General Topology, and that (500 pages) is non-publishable due to pages count restrictions of scientific journals and lack of grant money (I will create another grant) to publish as a book.

Here is the site: https://teachsector.com/discontinuous-analysis/

### What are this project's goals and how will you achieve them?

The goal of this project is to move the site that sells discontinuous analysis (I am willing to give it for free, but for now my finances are too restricted.) to the top #1 in Google, especially for "discontinuous analysis" (without quotes) keyword phrase, in order to give the discovery the amount of publicity it is worth of. It is definitely the best reply to "discontinuous analysis" query, but Google does not understand it without SEO.

### How will this funding be used?

The SEO company TheHOTH's employee tell me that to reach this purpose, I need to pay about $2000/month during about 12 months. I am going to use this money to pay to TheHOTH for SEO of the site.

### Who is on your team and what's your track record on similar projects?

Victor Porton is the author of Algebraic Theory of General Topology 500 pages research monograph. It's older version was officially published by the leading Russian scientific publisher INFRA-M.

### What are the most likely causes and outcomes if this project fails? (premortem)

### What other funding are you or your project getting?

None.