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Ron Musliu mathematical papers

Guide to the Ron Musliu mathematical papers
circa 2009-2016

Collection number: HMC-1245.
Creator: Musliu, Ron.
Title: Ron Musliu mathematical papers.
Dates: circa 2009-2016.
Volume of collection: 1.0 cubic feet.
Language of materials: The materials in this collection are in English.
Collection summary: Primarily notebooks containing mathematical calculations.

Biographical note:
Ron Musliu emigrated from Kosovo and settled in Alaska in 1983. He has had long-standing interests in a variety of topics, including mathematics and science. He taught himself advanced mathematics with the help of the website Wolfram Alpha and Wolfram Alpha Widgets.

Collection description:
The collection consists of notebooks containg mostly mathematical calculations, along with some chemical formulas and notes on genetics. The notebooks also contain drawings, many of which incorporate geometric shapes. In addition to the notebooks, there are two oversize pieces of poster board displaying mathemeatical calculations and geometric patterns.

Arrangement: The collection is arranged in the order in which it arrived at the Archives.

Digitized copies: This collection has not been digitized. For information about obtaining digital copies, please contact Archives and Special Collections.

Rights note: Archives and Special Collections owns copyright to the collection.

Preferred citation: Ron Musliu mathematical papers, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage.

Custodial history: Several of the notebooks were originally sent to the University of Alaska Anchorage Department of Mathematics and Statistics and brought to the Archives by Dr. Mark Fitch.

Acquisition note: Ron Musliu donated the collection to the Archives and signed a deed of gift in 2016.

Processing information: This collection was described by Gwen Sieja in 2016.

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