- PDF 2-sided,
- zipped PS also 2-sided,
- zipped LaTeX source and figures, (coming soon)
- zipped contouring code, and
- zipped natural neighbor interpolation code (coming soon).

- The abstract
- My notes (Gzipped Postscript)
- Some (Gzipped PostScript) pictures of graphs and the corresponding covers:
- C++ source to find a common finite cover (zip) - Currently compiles under recent version of g++ and MSVC++
- C++ source to draw a graph with a cover (zip) - Currently compiles under recent version of g++ and MSVC++
- Required include files for the above (zip) - these abstract out the differences between G++ STL and MSVC++ with STLPort
- People trying to compile the above in the Berkeley Math department should try logging into yuban and compile with /local/sol/2.6/depot/gcc-2.95.1/bin/g++

- Algebraic Topology / Math 215A - A Gzipped Postscript transcription of my notes from Justin Robert's lectures. Includes sections on:
- the fundamental group
- covering spaces
- free groups
- CW-complexes

- simplicial/singular/cellular homology
- exact sequences
- the Mayer-Vietoris sequence
- reduced and relative homology
- homology with coefficients
- Euler characteristic

- cohomology
- cup/cap product
- orientation and Poincare duality for manifolds
- representations by submanifolds

- Algebraic Topology / Math 215B - A Gzipped Postscript study guide on material from Hatcher, and Justin Robert's lectures. Much less complete than the above. Includes sections on:
- higher homotopy groups
- long exact sequence
- Whitehead's theorem
- cellular approximation
- cellular models
- Hurewicz theorem

- fibrations
- fiber bundles
- obstruction theory

- higher homotopy groups
- Differential Topology / Math 214 - A Gzipped Postscript transcription of some of my notes from Andrew Casson's lectures and the material in
*Differentiable Manifolds*by Spivak. Includes sections on:- manifolds
- differentiable structures
- the tangent bundle
- orientation
- tensors
- vector fields and differential equations
- lie brackets
- distributions and Frobenius theorem
- tranversality

- Combinatorics - A Gzipped Postscript transcription of some of my notes from
*Enumerative Combinatorics I*by Richard Stanley. Includes sections on:- counting
- sets, multisets
- permutations
- the twelvefold way

- inclusion-exclusion
- partially ordered sets
- lattices
- distributive lattices
- incidence algebra
- Mobius inversion
- lattice Mobius algebras
- zeta polynomials
- rank-selection
- Eulerian posets
- binomial posets and generating functions

- Rational Generating Functions
- Rational Power Series in One Variable
- Corollary: Polynomials

- counting
- My syllabus (LaTeX) - NOT a model syllabus, oh well.
- Qual questions - those that were actually asked. These should have been incorporated into the MGSA's archives

- The last T-Shirt image - Reeb foliation
- The current project - Mobius+Mobius=Klein

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