There are two objectives for this web site:

A guide for a senior or a ﬁrstyear graduate
student who would like to read the most recent
papers in algebraic topology with as little
prerequisites as possible.

An experiment of web technologies for publishing
mathematical contents.
Somebody might object against the idea “to read
the most recent papers with as little prerequisites as
possible”. It is important to read good old
papers thoroughly to understand the fundamental ideas.
It is, however, important to practice to move around
in the ocean of the literature. That’s what I
mean by “most recent papers with as little
prerequisites as possible”.
I have experimented several methods to ﬁnd a
good way to publish mathematical contents on the web.
The following are examples that are produced by
converting
L
A
T
E
X
data into web data:
This web site is one of my experiments with a couple
of new technologies.
Now this site has the third objective: records of
interesting papers I found, for example, in arXiv.
This information is, of course, important when I
supervise graduate students.
