Documents pertaining to the "Citizenship Oath" case are at http://drorbn.net/Canada
This is the wiki portion of Dror Bar-Natan's . It is not a standalone page - it has no overall tree structure and there is no specific entry point. Rather it is just the common location for those of for my pages that could benefit from being editable by others and/or from having their history preserved and/or by having an associated "discussion" page.
Ok. Here are some of the pages here anyway:
A cheat sheet is a very short (usually one page or less) informal note (often with more diagrams and formulas than words) containing the essence of a complicated definition, construction or proof for easy reference at later dates. A well designed cheat sheet may not be readable for an outsider - it is not a paper and not even a paperlet. But it should be readable by its author (and possibly his/her close collaborators) for at least a few years after it was written assuming normal memory and brain cell loss. It should be reasonably (and sometimes, very) accurate in as much as normalizations and conventions are concerned, as often the main purpose of a cheat sheet is to keep track of those. No originality is ever claimed yet credits may be sparse.
- The Multivariable Alexander Polynomial, December 2006, by Jana Archibald.
- The Khovanov-Seidel Categorification of the Burau Representation, April 2007, by Louis Leung: Side 1, Side 2. (Based on arXiv:math.QA/0006056.)
- The Alexander State Sum Model, by Louis Leung.
Seminars and Classes
- dbnvp will be a style for video pages and a collection of programs to create and manage pages of that style.
- My Refereeing Policy.
- Survey of Finite Type Invariants.
- CMS Winter 2006 Session on Knot Homologies.
- 2009 Knot Theory Program at the Fields Institute.
- An Algebraic Number.
- Site News.