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I've taken essentially all undergraduate/graduate PMATH courses at Waterloo. Be sure to check the "random scraps" section at the bottom if you can't find the desired course. If you're wondering who taught a Waterloo course and I was sloppy enough to omit it from the notes, see here. If a course is not listed, feel free to contact me at the address below; I may have some other notes lying around:

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### Waterloo course notes (BMath/PMATH+CO)

- [S12] CO 342, Graph Theory 1 (
*complete***) - [F13] CO 430/630, Algebraic Enumeration (
*complete*)- Official notes from Fall 2010 term

- [W12] CO 481, Quantum Information (
*almost complete*) - [S11] MATH 245, Advanced Linear Algebra 2 (
*complete*)- Compilation of final exam theorems (taken directly from above notes)
- Review document

- [S12] MATH 245, Advanced Linear Algebra 2 (
*almost complete*) - [F10] MATH 247, Advanced Calculus 3 (
*almost complete*) - [F11] PMATH 345, Polynomials, Rings and Finite Fields (
*complete**) - [W12] PMATH 346, Group Theory (
*almost complete*) - [F11] PMATH 351, Real Analysis (
*complete*) - [S11] PMATH 352, Complex Analysis (
*almost complete*) - [S12] PMATH 352, Complex Analysis (
*almost complete*) - [W13] PMATH 365, Smooth Manifold Theory (
*complete*) - [S12] PMATH 440/740, Analytic Number Theory (
*complete*) - [W13] PMATH 441/641, Algebraic Number Theory (
*complete*) - [F12] PMATH 442/642, Fields and Galois Theory (
*complete*) - [F13] PMATH 445/745, Representations of Finite Groups (
*complete*)- Homepage (with official notes)
- "The really important stuff in 2 hours" (notes from my 1145 seminar)
- Book

- [W12] PMATH 450/650, Lebesgue Integration and Fourier Analysis (
*complete*)- Review diagram (neater one here, due to Janis Lazovskis)

- [F12] PMATH 451/651, Measure Theory (ask me)
- [F12] PMATH 453/753, Functional Analysis (
*complete*) - [W12] PMATH 464/764, Algebraic Geometry (
*almost complete*) - [S13] PMATH 464/764, Algebraic Geometry (
*complete*) - [F13] PMATH 465/665, Riemannian Geometry (
*complete*) - [W13] PMATH 763, Lie Groups and Lie Algebras (
*complete*) - [F13] PMATH 822, Topics in Operator Theory: Operator Spaces (
*complete*) - [F13] PMATH 900, Topics in Algebra: Valued Fields (
*complete*) - [W14] PMATH 955, Topics in Geometry: Atiyah–Singer Index Theorems

** Many diagrams missing.

### Waterloo course notes (MMath/PMATH)

- [W15] PMATH 763, Lie Groups and Lie Algebras (Spiro's offering; see here and here)
- [W15] PMATH 810, Banach Algebras and Operator Theory (Nico's offering; see also here)
- Some nice notes on C*-algebras etc.

- [F14] PMATH 940, Topics in Number Theory: p-adic Analysis (Cam's offering;
*incomplete*; see here instead) - [F14] PMATH 945, Topics in Algebra: Arithmetic Dynamics (Jason's offering;
*incomplete*) - [F14] PMATH 950, Topics in Analysis: Non-Selfadjoint Operator Algebras (Ken's offering;
*incomplete*) - [W15] PMATH 965, Topics in Geometry: Kähler–Einstein Metrics on Compact Kähler Manifolds (Reza's offering)

### Waterloo course notes (why is this guy still here)

- [W16] PMATH 965, Topics in Geometry: Gauge Theory (Benoit's offering)
- [W16] ECE whatever

### Montreal course notes (PhD/MATH)

- [F16] MAST 865, Dynamical Systems
- [F16] MATH 580, Partial Differential Equations
- [F16] Abelian Functions and Theta Functions (may appear eventually; see here although they seem to be outdated)
- [W17] Teichmüller Theory and Moduli of Riemann Surfaces (may appear eventually)
- [W17] MATH 599, Introduction to Mathematical General Relativity
- [W17] MAT 6340, Special Topics in Topology and Geometry: Symplectic Topology
- Contains material on e.g. the h-principle, J-holomorphic curves, Gromov compactness, quantum cohomology
- You're probably better off reading Audin–Lafontaine or McDuff–Salamon

### Random scraps from Waterloo courses

Incomplete/abandoned notes.- [F11] AMATH 250, Introduction to Differential Equations
- [F12] CO 330, Combinatorial Enumeration (
*rough and incomplete*) - [F11] CO 355, Mathematical Optimization
- Handwritten notes for the rest of the course (~6.0 MB)

- [W14] CO 367, Nonlinear Optimization
- [W14] CO 434, Combinatorial Designs
- [S12] CS 341, Algorithms 1 (
*discontinued; too annoying to typeset*) - [W12] CS 365, Models of Computation
- [S11] PMATH 345, Polynomials, Rings and Finite Fields (
*use notes above instead*) - [W12] PMATH 365, Differential Geometry 1
- [F12] PMATH 433/733, Model Theory and Set Theory
- [W12] PMATH 444/644, Noncommutative Algebra/Module Theory
- [W14] PMATH 446/646, Commutative Algebra (see here for W15 offering)
- [S13] PMATH 450/650, Lebesgue Integration and Fourier Analysis
- [W13] PMATH 467/667, Algebraic Topology
- [W14] PMATH 467/667, Algebraic Topology
- [W13] PMATH 499, Spectral Theory of Operators
- [W13] PMATH 800, Topics in Real and Complex Analysis: Measure-Theoretic Probability Theory
- [W14] PMATH 800, Topics in Real and Complex Analysis: Riemann Surfaces
- [W12] PMATH 900, Topics in Algebra: Special Algebraic Structures
- [F13] QIC 820, Theory of Quantum Information
- [F13] PMATH 955, Topics in Geometry: Advanced Algebraic Geometry

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