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Scott Carter's Home Page
J. Scott Carter
Professor of Mathematics
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
University of South Alabama
(251) 460-6264 / (251)-460-7969 FAX
for e-mail. Write via email for current address and personal telephone number.
If you are an editor requesting a referee report, please be willing to send a paper copy to my home address!
is an outline of what you will find on these pages.
New item: Here is a link to some globular worksheets and an appendix for our upcoming book Diagrammatic Algebra.
In the appendix we discuss some specific work sheets that are related to ideas in the book.
Classes: The threads on these pages are an archive of the classes that I taught in recent history. There are photos of blackboards, old tests and samples. The materials might be of interest to those who are planning to teach in the future.
Video outline of precalculus 1, Ma 112 .
Video outline of Calculus 1, Ma 125 .
and/or Transparencies of old talks. Links
to instructional videos. Professor Elvis Zap gives 10 minute talks
on math topics.
art: The drawings in these pages relates directly to research
in one way or another.
Algorithm: The drawings here relate to a paper that I wrote
with Masahico Saito on
constructing a solid bounded by a surface in 4-dimensions.
A link to John Armstrong's blog. John kindly posted several files for
the sphere eversion
Here are some samples of my band,
The Anteaters, from our cassette album MAMMALS SUCK. e-mail to order
copy. Also the songs from Professor Elvis Zap's two CDs, "Pepperment
Plazma" and "Sitting Behind the Question of Time" are here
Topological Quantum Field Theory Blues :
Link to Professor Zap's Youtube page (ProfessorElvisZap). Other things
are there as well.
I never knew anyone who didn't at least try to write a poem. Here are
some of my attempts.
No explanation needed.
Please feel free to offer me a high paying job, or to nominate me for a
prestigious grant. I will gladly split with you any lottery ticket you
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