It’s helpful for me to write things down. Maybe my explanations will be helpful to you too. Expository notes are fairly short explanations or examples. Expository papers are in a longer form and often the result of class projects.
- Here is a note which contains an explicit (i.e. with matrices) computation of chromatic graph homology.
- Here is a note which explains why the Möbius band is a fiber bundle.
- Here are the results of a machine learning project about the game Connect Four written with Dana Droz and John Darges for Kevin Flores’ Introduction to Machine Learning.
- Here is an expository paper on Equivariant Cohomology and GKM Theory written for Ricky Liu’s Schubert Calculus.
- Here is an expository paper on spectral sequences written by myself and Ezra Nance for Tye Lidman’s Algebraic Topology II.