Fortnightly links (16)

Cox, Toric varieties are the lectures notes that David Cox wrote for his lecture series at this year's GAeL. I wasn't there for the conference, but the lectures notes are definitely worth a read.

Woit, Quantum Theory and Representation Theory, the Book is the blog post announcing Peter's upcoming book. The pdf of the current version is freely available. This is one of the things I would like to learn more about, if only I could read and understand things faster.

To end this fortnight's list of links: The Canadian who reinvented mathematics is a nice and interesting piece about Robert Langlands. It's a bit annoying though how the journalist likes to stress how little he remembers from high school mathematics...