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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 and in the Pacific
Northwest Section of the MAA. I am a member of
the Spectrum Editorial Board and
an Associate Editor for Mathematics Magazine.

Research interests: harmonic analysis and probability.

Ruth and I have several kids, namely Emily, Jeanie, John, Laurel and Lisa.
Matthew (born February 9, 1996) and Mark (born February 12, 1999) are our
grandchildren.

A list of my Books may be accessed here.

I have an electronic article about Edwin
Hewitt .


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