(Fall) MATH 321 Real Analysis:
A careful study of continuity and convergence in metric spaces.
Sequences and series of functions,
uniform convergence, normed linear spaces.
Textbook is David Perkinson's
Real Analysis.
(Spring) MATH 112 Introduction to Analysis:
Field axioms, the real and complex fields,
sequences and series.
Complex functions,
continuity and differentiation;
power series and the complex exponential.
(Click here for more details.)
(Spring) MATH 311 Complex Analysis:
A study of complex-valued functions:
Cauchy's theorem and residue theorem,
Laurent series,
and analytic continuation.
Past teaching: for course xxx, go to website
www.reed.edu/~iswanson/xxx.html,
and for course xxx taught in year yyyy, go to website
www.reed.edu/~iswanson/xxxyyyy.html.
Click here to see my (past) course notes.
Co-moderator of the Commutative Algebra electronic archives
(Check arxiv.org
or UC Davis Front )
Check out the papers already there and contribute your own papers!
The two websites contain detailed instructions on how to submit papers,
how to receive daily email announcements of new arrivals,
what journals accept the arxiv submission in place of a paper copy,
concerns about copyrights, etc.
Submissions should be tex files, in any dialect.
If you do not want people to see all the comments in your tex files,
save the following 3 lines into a file foo:
{gsub("\\\\%","YABADABADOO",$0);
out = $0; n = index(out,"%"); if (n > 0) out = substr($0, 1, n);
gsub("YABADABADOO","\%",out); print out; }
after which you run in UNIX shell: awk -f foo yourtexfile.tex > newname.tex
After that submit your newname.tex file to arxiv.
Education:
B.A. Reed College 1987,
Ph.D. Purdue University 1992.
Quilting - pictures of some of my
mathematics-related quilts. Check out the one about MSRI 2002/03.
Apparently the quilt got lost during its move back up the hill! Sigh!
US postage information
(not from USPS websites, they don't seem to find
this information important).
Updated 19 June 2016:
49c domestic letters, 34c domestic postcards,
115c international letters.
My wish list:
Acrobat Reader: my favorite is version 5.0 (not 8.0, not 9.0),
because it has useful hidden features
(discovered by random and concerted strokes on my keyboard).
Namely,
when I need to update a pdf file (that just got texed again),
I can do cmd-w to close the window, then cmd-left arrow, and this
brings up the same corner of the page as before,
with the same magnification.
But what about my wish list: I wish that 9.0 and later would do the same,
plus, it should position the window in the same corner of the screen
as I had it carefully positioned before, not in the center of the screen,
blocking out everything else.