Home Page of Hal Sadofsky
Hal Sadofsky, Department of Mathematics
University of Oregon
Links to information about mathematics around the University of Oregon
Teaching
Here is the course I'm teaching in winter 2014.
WeBWorK
Other interesting things:
Advising:
Research and research related links
- Here are some preprints and reprints of articles by me.
- If you are part of the U. of O., you can use MathSciNet to find papers and even to read reviews. Reading reviews works best if your web browser is configured to know what to do with .dvi files.
- The Hopf Topology Archive is an algebraic topology preprint archive, concentrating on homotopy theory.
- Dave Benson's Groups, Representations and Cohomology preprint archive.
- The American Math Society home page contains some useful information about various things mathematical.
- Bob Bruner's computerized calculations of Ext over the Steenrod algebra.
Mathematical miscellany
Computer miscellany
- The most painless way to type TeX/LaTeX code: Ultra-TeX mode in emacs.
- And for those who really dread tracking down citations, Bibweb.
- A starting place for Linux information.
- Another Linux place. The Linux Journal
- Unix help for users. Since Linux is a version of unix, most of this applies verbatim to linux.
- Apple's OS X is based on unix. But you can't see it very well through the pretty GUI. If you want to run Xwindows and the usual unix software though, you can! Thanks to the efforts of those at Fink.
- Class files, etc. to allow you to type a thesis in LaTeX that is mostly acceptable to the graduate school. These versions are provided by Matt Miller and Paul Allen in summer 2007, and at least in Matt's case led to a thesis accepted by the grad school without correction. Note: these files won't help you get the proofs of theorems correct.
- Electronic submission of dissertations prepared in TeX/LaTeX
- Information on the last year of being a Ph.D. student compiled by graduating UO Ph.D. students in spring 2008. This is about much more than getting your thesis together in a way that satisfies the grad school, and is worth reading for any of our Ph.D. students..
- Tranfer articulation data.
- Converting from unix/linux + X11 production of tex/latex documents via emacs to producing them under Apple's Os X.
Calendar
Personal
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Hal Sadofsky
Department of Mathematics
University of Oregon
Eugene OR 97403-1222
U.S.A.
Phone: 541-346-5619
Email:
sadofsky@math.uoregon.edu
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PGP: public key
Last change: July, 2002.