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Results in Linear Mathematics (P1)
T.W.Krner o May 19, 2003
Small print The syllabus for the course is dened by the Faculty Board Schedules (which are minimal for lecturing and maximal for examining). I have starred certain results which seem to me to go
Topics in Analysis
Part III, Autumn 2010
T. W. Krner
o
September 22, 2010
Small print This is just a rst draft for the course. The content of the course will be
what I say, not what these notes say. Experience shows that skeleton notes (at least when
I wr
Topological Groups Part III, Spring 2008
T. W. Krner o March 8, 2008
Small print This is just a rst draft for the course. The content of the course will be what I say, not what these notes say. Experience shows that skeleton notes (at least when I write t
Metric and Topological Spaces
T. W. Krner
o
October 11, 2010
Small print The syllabus for the course is dened by the Faculty Board Schedules
(which are minimal for lecturing and maximal for examining). What is presented here
contains some results which it
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Introductory Course: Fourier Analysis and its many uses Solutions - Exercises 16.1-16.5, 16.9, 16.12, 16.13, 16.15, 16.16, 16.17, 16.20, 16.21, 16.23 from A First Look at Fourier Analysis by T.W. Krner o (prepared by Mihai Stoiciu) Exercise 16.1. i) Take
Corrections etc
Note the two changes in the syllabus introduced last year. (1) Secret sharing introduced. (2) You now need to be able to give an informal account of quantum cryptography. Note also that the Shannons theorems in the syllabus are those given
Coding and Cryptography
T. W. Krner
o
February 14, 2011
Transmitting messages is an important practical problem. Coding theory
includes the study of compression codes which enable us to send messages
cheaply and error correcting codes which ensure that me
Rings and Modules
Old Syllabus for O4
T. W. Krner
o
October 5, 2004
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are minimal for lecturing and maximal for examining). Please note that, throughout, ring
means commu
Partial Solutions for Exercises in
Naive Decision Making
T. W. Krner
o
1
2
Introduction
Here is a miscellaneous collection of hints, answers, partial answers
and remarks on some of the exercises in the book. I have written
in haste in the hope that others
A First Look at Fourier Analysis
T. W. Krner
o
August 2, 2003
These are the skeleton notes of an undergraduate course given at the PCMI conference
in 2003. I should like to thank the organisers and my audience for an extremely enjoyable
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Partial Dierential Equations
T. W. Krner after Joshi and Wassermann
o
October 12, 2002
Small print These notes are a digest of much more complete notes by M. S. Joshi and
A. J. Wassermann which are also being issued for this course. I should very much
app
CORRECTIONS TO NAIVE DECISION MAKING
T.W.KORNER
This correction page (dated 4th February 2010) is based on corrections by John Haigh and Robert MacKay to whom many thanks Page 4, line -3 Reverse inequality sign. Page 5, line 2 Reverse inequality sign. Pa
A Practice Based M Level Course The idea that a degree was formally taken by the applicant showing himself competent for it, may be well illustrated from the quaint ceremony of admitting a Master in Grammar at Cambridge, as described by the Elizabethan Es
RESULTS IN FIRST PART OF METHODS AND CALCULUS
T.W.KORNER
Denition 1. Let an , a Rk . We say that an a as n , if given > 0, we can nd N ( ) such that |an a| < for all n > N ( ). Theorem 2. (i) If an a and bn b in Rk then an + bn a + b as n . (ii) If an a
Linear Analysis
T. W. Krner o January 8, 2008
Small print The syllabus for the course is dened by the Faculty Board Schedules (which are minimal for lecturing and maximal for examining). Several of the results are called Exercises. I will do some as part
Plot synopsis of Jaws A group of so-called government funded experts whip up alarmist fears of a killer shark o the coast of Amity, a sea side town. Their goal is to destroy the local tourist industry, send Amity back to the dark ages and thus achieve the
A First Look at Vectors
T. W. Krner
o
Trinity Hall
Cambridge
If you nd this document useful, please send an e-mail to
[email protected]
with heading Vectors thanks saying Thank you. This message needs no reply. Please note that I am still at a very earl
Sketch Solutions for Exercises
in the Main Text of
A First Look at Vectors
T. W. Krner
o
1
2
Introduction
Here are what I believe to be sketch solutions to the bulk of exercises
in the main text the book (i.e. those not in the Further Exercises).
I have w
Topics in Analysis
T. W. Krner
o
September 18, 2007
Small print This course is not intended as a foundation for further courses, so the
lecturer is allowed substantial exibility. Exam questions will be set on the course as
given (so, if I do not have time
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Introduction to Functional Analysis Part III, Autumn 2004
T. W. Krner o October 21, 2004
Small print This is just a rst draft for the course. The content of the course will be what I say, not what these notes say. Experience shows that skeleton notes (at
Thoughts on the Essay Question
T. W. Krner o November 5, 2008
Small print The opinions expressed in this note are the authors own. Even the best advice (and there is no reason to suppose that the advice here is the best advice) does not apply to all peopl
Analysis I
Prof. T. W. Krner
o
Lent 2003
Contents
1 Why do we bother?
2
2 The axiom of Archimedes
3
3 Series and sums
6
4 Least upper bounds
10
5 Continuity
14
6 Dierentiation
18
7 The mean value theorem
22
8 Complex variable
27
9 Power series
29
10 The s
How to Write a Part III Essay
T. W. Krner o Trinity Hall
These unocial notes replace an earlier set by Marj Batchelor which were becoming illegible through repeated photocopying. Many of the key pieces of advice are taken almost word for word from her not
Topics in Fourier and Complex Analysis
Part III, Autumn 2009
T. W. Krner
o
July 31, 2009
Small print This is just a rst draft of the rst part of the course. I suspect these notes
will cover the rst 16 hours but I will not be unduly surprised if it takes t
Complex Variable
Part III
T. W. Krner
o
June 9, 1999
Small print This is just a rst draft of part of the course. The content of the course
is what I say, not what these notes say. I should very much appreciate being told of
any corrections or possible imp