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Ken Ross
Education: B.S. (1956) Utah, M.S. (1958), Ph.D. (1960) Washington.
I am an Emeritus Professor in the
Mathematics Department
at the
University of Oregon
.
I am retired from teaching at the University of Oregon. My last class at the U of O, in the spring of 2000, was a Freshman Seminar
Statistics and Mathematics of Baseball
.
Over the years, several graduate students have found some notes of mine,
Informal Introduction to Set Theory
, useful. For an improved version of the appendix on Tychonoff's Theorem, click here:
Set Theory Appendix.
I am active in the
Mathematical Association of America
.
Research interests: harmonic analysis and probability.
A list of
my Books
may be accessed here.
I have an electronic article about
Edwin Hewitt
.
Page last updated April 8, 2013.