Over the winter break I self-studied Tom Apostol’s Introduction to Analytic Number Theory book and completed the first three chapters, as well as the majority of the fourth. I posted the solutions, in pdf format this time, to the Solutions page. I chose this subject because Cornell currently does not have any course on analytic number theory, though it does have a graduate course in algebraic number theory, which I am taking this semester. More of that information is in a post on my main blog.
As stated in that post, I am now a double major in mathematics and computer science. This semester I am also planning to take all my notes in real-time LaTeX, aka LiveTeXing, as someone pointed out. The notes I have uploaded to Scribd, as it is more organized there and easier to view at a glance. They should be uploaded by the end of the same day of each lecture. I may upload them directly to this blog as well for centralization.
Courses that I am LiveTeXing: CS 4820, CS 4850, Math 4340, Math 7370.
I am also taking CS 3410, but the professor is posting all the powerpoints online, so it would be redundant to LiveTeX it.