Fall 2016 semester:
Calculus II (Math 227)
Section 02: TuTh 11:00am12:15pm in TH 409.
Section 03: TuTh 3:354:50pm in TH 326.
Syllabus 227
ODE (Math 376): TuTh 2:103:25pm in HUM 127.
Syllabus 376
Spring 2016 semester:
Calculus II (Math 227), TuTh 3:354:50pm in TH 327.
Syllabus 227
Fall 2015 semester:
Game Theory (Math 490), TuTh 9:3510:50 in TH 211.
Homework assignments for 490 and other information are posted here in MS word and pdf formats:
Syllabus 490
Homework 490
Lecture Notes, Chapter 1
Lecture Notes, Chapter 2
Lecture Notes, Chapter 3
Lecture Notes, Chapter 4
Lecture Notes, Chapter 5
Lecture Notes, Chapter 6
Lecture Notes, Appendix
Academic Year 201415:
Professor Langlois is on sabbatical leave pursuing research and software development in game theory.
Spring 2014 semester:
Professor Langlois is not teaching during the Spring 2014 semester.
He is pursuing research and software development in game theory.
Fall 2013 semester:
1) Calculus II (Math 227):
Section 01: TuTh 9:3510:50 & Mon 8:109:00 (with TA Arnold) both in BUS 130,
Section 02: TuTh 11:0012:15 in HH 543 & Wed 8:109:00 (with TA Arnold) in BUS 130,
Syllabus 227
Homework 227
2) Game Theory (Math 490), TuTh 15:3516:50 in TH 211.
Homework assignments for 490 and other information are posted here in MS word format:
Syllabus 490
Homework 490
Lecture Notes, Chapter 1
Lecture Notes, Chapter 2
Lecture Notes, Chapter 3
Lecture Notes, Chapter 4
Lecture Notes, Chapter 5
Summer 2013 semester:
1) Calculus I (Math 226), MTuWThF 10:3011:45 am in TH 210.
Syllabus 226
Homework 226
Lecture Notes for Calculus I:
Volume 1
Volume 2
Volume 3
Volume 4
Volume 5
Volume 6
Volume 7
Volume 8
Volume 9
Volume 10
2) Calculus II (Math 227), MTuWThF 12:151:30 pm in TH 210.
Syllabus 227
Homework 227
Fall 2012 semester:
1) Calculus II (Math 227):
Section 01: TuTh 9:3510:50 & Fri 8:109:00 (with TA Rodriguez) in BUS 213,
Section 02: TuTh 14:1015:25 & Wed 8:109:00 (with TA Bardomero) in TH 326,
Syllabus 227
Homework 227
2) Game Theory (Math 490), TuTh 12:3513:50 in TH 211.
Homework assignments for 490 and other information are posted here in MS word format:
Syllabus 490
Homework 490
Lecture Notes, Chapter 1
Lecture Notes, Chapter 2
Lecture Notes, Chapter 3
Lecture Notes, Chapter 4
Lecture Notes, Chapter 5
Lecture Notes, Appendix 1
Lecture Notes, Appendix 2
Summer 2012 semester:
1) Calculus I (Math 226), MTuWThF 10:3011:45 am in TH 409.
Syllabus 226
Homework 226
2) Calculus II (Math 227), MTuWThF 12:151:30 pm in TH 409.
Syllabus 227
Homework 227
Fall 2011 semester:
New office hours Wed 122 and Th 12 pm (supercedes what's announced on syllabi).
1) Calculus I (Math 226.05), TuTh 9:3510:50 (Lecture in TH 335) & Wed 8:109:00 (Lab in TH 335).
Homework assignments for this section will be available on MyMathLab ID "langlois26405".
2) Calculus I (Math 226.06), TuTh 15:3516:50 (Lecture in TR1) & Mon 8:109:00 (Lab in TH 326).
Homework assignments for this section will be available on MyMathLab ID "langlois26405".
The syllabus and HW document for both sections are here:
Syllabus 226
Note that proof of meeting the precalculus prerequisites must be handed to me (Prof Langlois, not the TA) in hard copy form by Thursday 09/01, 4pm (absolute deadline).
Homework 226
Documents for accessing MML are here:
MML Temporary
MML Starting
The Calculus readiness test is here:
Calculus Readiness Test
Please email your passcode when issued to your TA (not to me) by Friday 09/02, 4pm (absolute deadline).
Jack Love's email is: jack.eddie.love@gmail.com
Samantha Lui's email is sluimathematics@gmail.com
3) Calculus III (Math 228.03), TuTh 14:1015:25 (Lecture in HH 439), MW 14:1015:00 (Lab in TH 211).
Homework assignments for this section will be available on MyMathLab ID "langlois12984".
The syllabus and HW document are here:
Syllabus 228
Homework 228
The college policy is here:
College Policy
Summer 2011 semester:
1) Calculus I (Math 226.03), MTuWThF 10:3011:45 am in TH 210.
Syllabus 226
Homework 226
2) Calculus II (Math 227), MTuWThF 12:151:30 pm in TH 409.
Syllabus 227
Homework 227
Fall 2010 semester:
1) Calculus I (Math 226.06), TuTh 9:3510:50 (lecture) and Mon 8:109:00 (lab with TA) in TH 335.
Homework assignments for this section will be available on MyMathLab ID "langlois84848".
2) Calculus I (Math 226.08), TuTh 12:351:50 (lecture) and Mon 8:109:00 (lab with TA) in TH 432.
Homework assignments for this section will be available on MyMathLab ID "langlois91789".
The syllabus is here:
Syllabus 226
2) ODE (Math 376), TuTh 14:1015:25 in TH 211.
Homework assignments for 376 and other information are posted here in MS word format:
Syllabus 376
Homework 376
The book is
ODE textbook
Summer 2010 semester:
1) Calculus I (Math 226.03), MTuWThF 10:3011:45 am in TH 210.
Syllabus 226
Homework 226
2) Calculus II (Math 227), MTuWThF 12:151:30 pm in TH 409.
Syllabus 227
Homework 227
Fall 2009 semester:
1) Calculus II (Math 227.03), TuTh 11:0012:15 and Fri 8:109:00 (Lab with TA T. Pham) in TH 325.
Homework assignments for this section will be available on MyMathLab ID "langlois10034".
The syllabus is here:
Syllabus 227
The midterm exam will take place on Tuesday, October 20, during regular class time.
2) ODE (Math 376), TuTh 14:1015:25 in TH 211.
Homework assignments for 376 and other information are posted here in MS word format:
Syllabus 376
Homework 376
The midterm exam will take place on Tuesday, October 20, during regular class time.
3) Game Theory (Math 490), TuTh 15:3516:50 in TH 211.
Homework assignments for 490 and other information are posted here in MS word format:
Syllabus 490
Homework 490
First modeling test will be on Tuesday, October 20. It will be posted here...
Modeling Test
at noon and will be due on Thursday, October 22 at noon.
First modeling test answers are here...
Modeling Test answers
Second modeling test will be posted here...
Modeling Test #2
Monday, December 7, at 3pm. It is due on Wednesday, December 9, at 3pm in electronic (email attachment) or hard copy form delivered in my office.
HW #3 answers are here...
HW 3 answers
Summer 2009 semester:
1) Calculus I (Math 226.03), MTuWThF 10:3011:45 am in TH 211.
Syllabus 226
2) Calculus II (Math 227), MTuWThF 12:151:30 pm in HSS302.
Syllabus 227
Fall 2008 semester:
1) Calculus II (Math 227.02), TuTh 9:3510:50 in HUM 383 and Wed 10:1011:00 (Lab with TA Andrew Beyer) in TH 211.
Homework assignments for this section will be available on MyMathLab ID "langlois35237".
2) Calculus II (Math 227.03), TuTh 11:0012:15 in TH 325 and Fri 10:1011:00 (Lab with TA Andrew Beyer) in TH 211.
Homework assignments for this section will be available on MyMathLab ID "langlois09342".
The syllabus is here:
Syllabus 227
The midterm exam is on Thursday October 23 in both sections during calss time.
The midterm answers are here:
Midterm 227 answers
3) ODE (Math 376), TuTh 15:3516:50 in HSS 304.
Homework assignments for 376 and other information are posted here in MS word format:
Syllabus 376
Homework 376
Fall 2006 semester:
1) Calculus I (Math 226.09), TuTh 9:3510:50 and Wed 10:1011:00 (TA) in BH 247.
2) Calculus I (Math 226.10), TuTh 14:1015:25 and Wed 13:1014:00 (TA) in TH 409.
Homework assignments and other information are posted here in MS word format:
Syllabus 226
Homework 226
3) Game Theory (Math 490), TuTh 12:3513:50 am in TH 211.
See the Game Theory page.
Summer 2006 semester:
1) Calculus I (Math 226.02), MTuWThF 10:3011:45 am in TH 429.
Homework assignments and other information are posted here in MS word format:
Syllabus 226
Homework 226
2) Calculus II (Math 227), MTuWThF 9:0010:15 am in TH 423.
Homework assignments and other information are posted here in MS word format:
Syllabus 227
Homework 227
Spring 2006 semester:
1) Calculus II (Math 227.01), TuTh 14:1015:25 and Wed 14:1015:00 (TA) in TH 326.
2) Calculus II (Math 227.02), TuTh 11:0012:15 and Wed 8:109:00 (TA) in TH 326.
Homework assignments and other information are posted here in MS word format:
Syllabus 227
Sample midterm 227
Homework 227
3) Differential Equations (Math 376), TuTh 9:3510:50 in TH 211.
Homework assignments and other information are posted here in MS word format:
Syllabus 376
Homework 376
Summer 2005 semester:
1) Calculus I (Math 226), MTuWThF 9:0010:15 am in HSS 285.
Homework assignments and other information are posted here in MS word format:
Syllabus 226
Homework 226
Sample final 226
2) Calculus II (Math 227), MTuWThF 10:3011:45 am in HSS 285.
Homework assignments and other information are posted here in MS word format:
Syllabus 227
Homework 227
Sample final 227
Fall 2004 semester:
1) Calculus III (Math 228), TuTh 11:0012:15 am in HSS 259.
Homework assignments and other information are posted here in MS word format:
Final Sample
Syllabus 228
Homework 228
Fall 2003 semester:
Real Analysis (Math 370.01), TuTh 2:103:25 pm in HSS 301
Homework assignments and other information are posted here in MS word format:
Syllabus 370
Homework 370
Sample Midterm 2 370
Sample Midterm 2 Answers 370
Summer 2003 semester:
1) Calculus I (Math 226.01), MTuWThF 9:0010:15 am in TH 210.
2) Calculus I (Math 226.02), MTuWThF 10:4512:00 am in TH 210.
Homework assignments and other information are posted here in MS word format:
Syllabus 227
Homework (sections 1 and 2)
Fall 2002 semester:
Game Theory (Math 490.02), TuTh 2:103:25 pm in TH 211.
See the Game Theory page.
Summer 2002 semester:
1) Calculus II (Math 227.01), MTuWThF 9:0010:15 am in HSS 101.
2) Calculus II (Math 227.02), MTuWThF 10:3011:45 am in TH 326..
Homework assignments and other information are posted here in MS word format:
Homework (sections 1 and 2)
A
Mathematica notebook for Calculus II prepared by David Meredith is downloadable here.
You need
Mathematica to execute it:
Mathematica for Calculus II.nb
Text and answers to the midterm are here:
Section 01 Section
02
Fall 2001 semester:
Linear Algebra (Math 325.03), TuTh 2:103:25 pm in HUM 126
A short geometric introduction to determinants is here:
determinants.pdf
Spring 1999 semester:
JeanPierre Langlois was teaching a mathematics seminar (Math 500) on "Markov Processes,
Decisions, and Evolution." The seminar covered topics on matrices and some of their applications
to Markov chains, dynamical systems, and evolutionary game theory.
The seminar was part of a new collaboration between the Department of Mathematics at
San Francisco State University and the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) in
Berkeley. The project allows our Faculty and graduate students to participate in the
programs run by MSRI. During the Spring 1999, MSRI had a program on random matrices. Part
of the seminar was devoted to an introduction to that subject. Speakers from MSRI were
invited to give talks here, at SFSU.
The lecture series was videotaped and translated into
streaming video format. It can be accessed at the MSRI web site
http://www.msri.org/
Class notes are posted in the MSRI section above in Adobe (.pdf) format for downloading.
JeanPierre Langlois' research area is game theory with a focus on discounted repeated
games, computational techniques, and applications to international relations.
The following selected papers are typical. See also the GamePlan software on the next
page.

"Rational Deterrence by Proxy: Designing Cooperative Security Agreements" (with Catherine Langlois). Defence & Peace Economics, Forthcoming.

"Does the Principle of Convergence Really Hold? War, Uncertainty, and the Failure of Bargaining" (with Catherine Langlois). British Journal of Political Science, 2012.
In pdf format
Convergence.pdf

"The Escalation of Terror: Hate and the Demise of Terrorist Organizations" (with Catherine Langlois). Conflict Management and Peace Science, 2011.

"Costly Interference: A Game Theoretic Analysis of Sanctions" (with Catherine Langlois). Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, Vol. 16, 2010.

"Does Attrition Behavior Help Explain the Duration of Interstate Wars? A Game Theoretic and Empirical Analysis" (with Catherine Langlois). International Studies Quarterly, Vol. 53, 2009.

"Dispute Settlement Design for Unequal Partners: A Game Theoretic Approach" (with Catherine Langlois) 2007, International Interactions, Vol. 33, Issue 4, pp. 347382.

"When Fully Informed States Make Good on the Threat of War: Rational Escalation and the Failure of Bargaining" (with Catherine Langlois). British Journal of Political Science, Vol. 36, 2006, pp. 645669.
In pdf format
Bargaining.pdf

"Holding Out for Concession: The Quest for Gain in the Negotiation of International Agreements" (with Catherine Langlois). International Interaction, Vol. 32, 2006, pp.261293.

"Bargaining and the Failure of Asymmetric Deterrence: Trading off the Risk of War for the Promise of a Better Deal" (with Catherine Langlois). Conflict Management and Peace Science, Vol. 23, 2006, pp.159180.

"Fully Informed and On the Road to Ruin: The Perfect Failure of Asymmetric Deterrence" (with Catherine Langlois). International Studies Quarterly, Vol. 49, 2005, pp.503527.
In pdf format
Deterrence.pdf

"Provisions for Noncompliance and Treaty Value: A Game Theoretic Perspective" (with Catherine Langlois). International Studies Quarterly, Vol. 48, 2004, pp.383408.
In pdf format
Treaty Value.pdf

"Engineering Cooperation: A Game Theoretic Analysis of Phased International Agreements" (with Catherine Langlois), American Journal of Political Science, Vol 45 #3, July 2001, pp. 599219.
In pdf format
Engineering Cooperation.pdf

"Behavioral Issues of Rationality in International Interaction: A Game Theoretic Analysis" (with Catherine langlois), Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. 43, #5, October 1999.

"Behavioral Issues of Rationality in International Interaction: An Empirical Appraisal" (with Catherine langlois), Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. 43, #6, December 1999.

"Rationality in International Relations: A GameTheoretic and Empirical Study of the U.S.China Case" (with Catherine Langlois, World Politics, Vol. 48 #3, April 1996, pp. 35890.

"Rational Deterrence and Crisis Stability" American Journal of Political Science, Vol. 35 #4, November 1991, pp. 80132.
A Java applet using the model in the above paper was designed by Claus Wimmer
and is posted at http://www.lrzmuenchen.de/~wimmer/ldg/

"Tacit Bargaining in International Relations: A Game Model and a Case Study" (with Catherine Langlois, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. 40 #4, December 1996, pp. 56796.

"Existence and Local Stability of Pareto Superior Reaction Function Equilibria in Discounted Supergames" (with Jonathan Sachs) Journal of Mathematical Economics, Vol. 22 #3, 1993, pp. 199222.

"Modeling Deterrence and International Crises" Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. 33 #1, March 1989, pp. 6783.

"Perfect Equilibria and Stable Cooperation in the Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma and Related Games" Conflict Management and Peace Science, Vol. 11 #2, 1991, pp. 6998.

"SFSU Talk" In pdf format
sfsutalk.pdf