Andrew Stacey


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Mon, 16th Aug 2010 (Teaching :: TMA4145h2010)

Lecture Notes

Technology permitting, the lectures will be delivered as PDF presentations. I shall endeavour to make the notes available the day before the lecture so that students can "follow along". Assuming that the technology works, there may be additional notes written during the lectures. These will be posted shortly after the lecture finishes. I shall often prepare a little more than I shall actually give, any extra will be taken up in the next lecture or deferred to the wiki.

The notes will be available in several different layouts. It is important to know which is which.

  1. Beamer. This is what will actually appear on the screen during the lectures. You must never print this version. As each "transition" results in a new page, this can easily exceed 100 pages.

  2. Trans. This is a "one frame per page" version of the above. If you intend to "follow along" with the lecture on your own computer then this is probably the best. However, I still strongly urge you not to print it.

  3. Handout. This is a more condensed version in terms of space. By putting 4 slides on a page the total number of pages is significantly reduced. If you want to print something then print this version.

  4. Annotated. It will probably take a little experimenting to find the best way to present the annotated version. As a first go, the PDF contains just the annotated pages. For most pages, this should be sufficient to locate it within the main presentation. For some it may be useful to have the previous page included as well. Let me know if this, or something else, would be useful.

Note: all are as PDFs.


  1. 23rd August. Introduction. beamer trans handout annotations

  2. 24rd August. Functions. beamer trans handout annotations

  3. 30th August. Calculating with Calculators. beamer trans handout annotations

  4. 31st August. Producing Polynomials. beamer trans handout annotations

  5. 6th September. Complete Convergence. beamer trans handout annotations

  6. 7th September. Completely Fixed. beamer trans handout annotations

  7. 13th September. From Here to There. beamer trans handout annotations

  8. 14th September. Inheritance. beamer trans handout annotations

  9. 20th September. An Angular Attack. beamer trans handout annotations

  10. 21st September. That Which We Call a Vector. beamer trans handout annotations

  11. 27th September. The Point of Angles. beamer trans handout annotations

  12. 28th September. The Right Angle. beamer trans handout annotations

  13. 4th October. The Luxury of Linearity. beamer trans handout annotations

  14. 5th October. Dimension Leap. beamer trans handout annotations

  15. 11th October. Rank Invariants. beamer trans handout annotations

  16. 12th October. There and Back Again. beamer trans handout annotations

  17. 18th October. How to Solve It. beamer trans handout annotations

  18. 19th October. The Return of the Angle. beamer trans handout annotations

  19. 25th October. Factors and Angles. beamer trans handout annotations

  20. 26th October. Polynomials. beamer trans handout annotations

  21. 1st November. Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Hilbert Spaces. beamer trans handout annotations

  22. 2nd November. Bases and Isomorphisms. beamer trans handout annotations

  23. 8th November. Near and Far Away. beamer trans handout annotations

  24. 9th November. Duality. beamer trans handout annotations

  25. 15th November. Continuous and Linear: Best of Both Worlds. beamer trans handout (no significant annotations made)

    Note: This lecture will be shorter than usual; starting at the usual time but ending early.

  26. 16th November. Spectral Theory. beamer trans handout annotations

    Recall: There will be no lecture on 22nd November. Instead, there will be a revision lecture in week 48 (most likely in the usual slot on 30th November).

  27. 23rd November. Revision I. beamer trans handout annotations

  28. 30th November. Revision II. Location: KJL1. annotations

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