Hopf Topology Archive

Welcome to the Hopf Topology Archive!

Hopf is undergoing updates of software and is not configured correctly yet. Full service is expected by the end of the weekend. Clarence Wilkerson, Friday 2:00PM

This site is maintained by Clarence Wilkerson. Downloads are accessible by both anonymous FTP and HTTP. Uploads can be done using FTP, HTTP, or e-mail attachments. In case of problems please email Clarence Wilkerson at "wilker@math.purdue.edu". The DVI files contained here have been contributed directly by the authors. These files are intended for the direct personal academic use of the mathematical community. Mirroring or reposting elsewhere requires explicit permission of the authors and/or copyright holders. All material on this site not contributed by others is copyrighted by Clarence Wilkerson and is intended for the personal use of its viewers. This copyright includes the html files, scripts, indices, and photos. Any other use is prohibited. All transfers are logged.

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  • This archive list is current through July. Newer files may be in the proper directories but not listed on the html list. These are accessible as http://hopf.math.purdue/AuthorName <--- usually last names of authors. If you have a submission that has not been announced or posted and some time has elapsed, please email Mark and Clarence (but please try the "Reload" button on your browser first. Thanks, Clarence)

    Hopf has been upgraded to faster CPU and disk. Hope it helps the service. Also, HTTP uploading (http://hopf.math.purdue.edu/upload.php) has been added. Clarence

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  • Nishida Conference Pictures from Prof. V. Tsukiyama,Shimane U.

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  • Time capsule??

  • I found an undeveloped roll of Tri X from early 80's. Here are the scans. Write me if you can figure out when and where this was. Current thought is the UWO conference from 1981.
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  • Some Details of the Archive

    Hopf is currently a desktop Pentium III. The web software is the Apache Web server. The FTP software is WU-FTPD. The pages are written in dynamic HTML, so you may need to frequently "reload" pages from one visit to the next to capture the current version. The archive is maintained by Clarence Wilkerson and support staff from the Purdue Mathematics Department.Purdue Math. Dept. Home Page. Clarence thanks Mark Hovey for his contributions to What's New! and Allen Hatcher for his help with webpage layout.

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    Most of these photos were taken by Clarence Wilkerson and scanned from color prints. If you have photos you'd like to have included, please email Clarence Wilkerson. Likewise, if you have requests for particular people, e-mail Clarence.

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  • Topologists and Fellow Travelers, 1962-1995.

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  • Topologists and Fellow Travelers, 1997, from Purdue, MidWest, Poland, and Bonn.

  • Hints on Browsing The Archive

    Netscape and Microsoft Explorer seem to be the dominant browsers on PC's and Mac's, while Netscape is available for most workstations. Most of my checking has been done under Netscape on a Unix box.

    These pages are intentionally low tech and don't requre browser support for forms, tables, cookies, java, or javascript. The pages should be useful with Lynx over a slow link. FTP is still available but could be phased out due to security problems.

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  • Policy on previous drafts of submissions

    New versions of files will be installed at the author's request. The older versions normally are put into directories labeled as "old" or some such, and by default are not readable to the web. If any question arises as to the content of previous drafts ( in eight years this has not happened! ), previous drafts can be made available.

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  • Other Homepages and Mathematical Preprint Sites

  • Jonathan Rosenberg's Electronic Journal Homepage

  • LORIA (La)TeX Navigator (links to lots of TeX documentation).

  • Central European Journal of Mathematics

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