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George F. McNulty

B.Sc., Harvey Mudd College, 1967
Ph.D., Berkeley, 1972
Algebra, Logic, and Discrete Mathematics.

The central themes of my research lie at the confluence of algebra , logic and computer science. They include finite axiomatizability of equational classes of algebras, structural properties of the lattices of equational theories, and effective computability in algebraic and combinatorial structures.

George F. McNulty
Department of Mathematics
University of South Carolina
Columbia, SC 29208
(803) 777-7469
(803) 777-3783
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Calculus III: A Course Homepage

Transition to Advanced Mathematics: Course Homepage.

Algebra for First Year Graduate Students

Algebras, Lattics, Varieties (and Equational Logice) : Course Homepage
and Comprehensive Examination Information.

Equational Compatibilty with the Real Line:
Notes from the Algebra and Logic Seminar.

Sample Qualifying Examination Questions About Groups

Sample Qualifying Examination Questions About Rings

Sample Qualifying Examination Questions About Linear Algebra