Math 492H: Perspectives in Mathematics
Class Times and Locations
Wednesday 9:00-10:00 AM: ECC 101.6 Friday 9:00-11:00 AM: SC 108
Instructors and Topics
Instructor Topic Dates Bing Zhou The Stable Marriage Problem Weeks 1-3 David Poole Some classical inequalities and their application to optimization problems Weeks 4-6 Michelle Boué Calculus of Variations Weeks 7-9 Marco Pollanen Cryptography Weeks 10-12
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