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A reproduction of a proof by Leonard Euler, which I dug out of the back of a calculus textbook with the help of Brian Burrell. This was in MATH 233 at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Fall 2015.
A LaTeX template for a multiple page invoice in German, created by Michael Muller.
This template was originally published on ShareLaTeX and subsequently moved to Overleaf in October 2019.
This is a set of notes for the first two chapters of an Abstract Algebra course, following the Hungerford textbook table of contents.
One notable feature is the use of a couple of commands that allow one to show only definitions, or only the examples, etc., and another command that allows one to format examples for making handouts.
Since their adaptation from a tool of computer science to one of linguistics, continuations have been applied to a wide variety of natural language phenomena. Here we expand upon these efforts to give an account of the class of phrases known as ``weak definites:'' nominals that appear with a definite article but do not set up an individual discourse referent. We draw upon Aguilar-Guevara and Zwarts' formalization of weak definites (2010) as reference to kinds to develop two operators that can be applied within the continuation-based grammar presented by Barker & Shan (2013) to produce weak readings.