- "An algebra of arithmetic functions" (talk, 9/07)
- "The algebra of multiple zeta values" (talk, 7/00)
- "The algebra of multiple zeta values and Euler sums" (talk, 5/06)
- "Algebra of multiple zeta values: harmonic and shuffle products" (talk, 5/09)
- "Algebra of multiple zeta values: Ohno's and Kawashima's theorems" (talk, 5/09)
- "Algebraic aspects of multiple zeta values" (talk, 3/03)
- "Algebraic structures on the set of multiple zeta values" (talk, 6/99)
- "Algebras associated with posets" (talk, 7/03)
- "Algebras of multiple zeta values, quasi-symmetric functions, and Euler sums" (talk, 5/98)
*An analogue of covering space theory for ranked posets*(preprint)- Basis conjecture for multiple zeta values
- Biographical data for Michael Hoffman
- "Boustrophedonic triangles, snakes, and derivative polynomials" (talk, 9/97)

- "A Combinatorial problem that produces interesting numbers" (talk, 4/18)
- "Combinatorics and multiple zeta values" (talk, 7/14)
*Combinatorics of rooted trees and Hopf algebras*(preprint)- "Combinatorics and algebra: updown categories and Hopf algebras" (talk, 4/11)
- "The Connes-Kreimer Hopf algebra as a combinatorialist's playground" (talk, 11/06)
- Cool Links
- Curriculum vitae for Michael Hoffman
- Cyclic sum theorem for multiple zeta values
- Description of Michael Hoffman's research
- Erdös numbers
- Leonhard Euler

- Kurt Gödel
- "Higher mathematics meets high-energy physics" (talk, 9/04)
- Mike Hoffman's running page
- Homepage for Michael Hoffman
- "A homomorphism on the symmetric functions coming from multiple zeta values and its applications" (talk, 10/08)
- "Hopf algebra structures on quasi-shuffle algebras" (talk, 5/12)
- "Hopf algebra structures on quasi-shuffle algebras and their applications" (talk, 11/17)
- "Hopf algebras and multiple harmonic sums" (talk, 4/04)
- "Hopf algebras of forests" (talk, 2/07)
- "Hopf algebras of rooted trees and the Hopf algebras of symmetric functions" (talk, 7/08)
- "Interaction of combinatorics and algebra: updown categories and Hopf algebras" (talk, 10/09)
- "Interpolated multiple zeta values" (talk, 10/16)
- Karl Jacobi
- "Labeled Posets, Iterated Integrals, and Nested Sums" (talk, 3/15)
- Solomon Lefschetz
- List of Mike Hoffman's races

- Mathematical ancestors of Michael Hoffman
- "Multiple harmonic series and Kontsevich's invariant" (talk, 1/98)
- "Multiple harmonic sums and quasi-symmetric functions" (talk, 1/01)
- Multiple zeta values
- "Multiple zeta values and alternating multiple zeta values arising from a combinatorial problem (talk, 1/18)
- "Multiple zeta values and quasi-symmetric functions" (talk, 4/13)
- "Multiple zeta values and quasi-symmetric functions: theme and variations" (talk, 3/11)
- "Multiple zeta values and the gamma function" (talk, 10/06)
- "Multiple zeta values: from Euler to the present" (talk, 11/07)
- "Multiple zeta values, iterated integrals, and labeled posets" (talk, 10/19)
- "Multiple zeta values of even arguments" (talk, 6/12)
- "Multiple zeta values of even arguments (and some analogous results)" (talk, 11/14)
- "Multiple zeta values: new applications and identities" (talk, 9/99)
- "Multiple zeta values, quasi-symmetric functions, and mirror symmetry" (talk, 6/00)
- "Multiple zeta values: the view from Osaka" (talk, 3/03)
- "Noncommutative derivations and multiple zeta values" (talk, 3/00)
- Notable mathematicians

- "Odd relatives of multiple zeta values" (talk, 4/16)
- "An odd variant of multiple zeta values" (talk, 6/14)
- "An overview of recent work on multiple zeta values and polylogarithmic constants" (talk, 11/00)
*Periods of mirrors and multiple zeta values*(preprint)- Henri Poincaré
- "(Poly)logarithmic integrals and multiple zeta values" (talk 6/18)
- "Polynomials defined by derivatives and their applications" (talk, 11/00)
- Professional links
- "Pruning Kreimer's trees" (talk, 5/02)
- Publications of Michael Hoffman (chronologically)
- Publications of Michael Hoffman (reverse chronologically)
- Publications of Michael Hoffman (by subject)

- "Quasi-shuffle algebras" (talk, 4/12)
- "Quasi-shuffle algebras" (talk, 6/17)
- "Quasi-shuffle algebras and the interpolated product" (talk, 6/19)
*Quasi-shuffle products*(preprint)- "Quasi-symmetric functions and applications" (talk, 2/06)
- "Quasi-symmetric functions and multiple zeta values" (talk, 9/06)
- Srinivasa Ramanujan
- References on multiple zeta values and Euler sums
*Relations of multiple zeta values and their algebraic expression*(preprint)- Research of Michael Hoffman
- Research talks by year
- Results of Earth Day 5-K for 1995
- Results of Earth Day 5-K for 1996
- Results of Earth Day 5-K for 1997
- Results of Earth Day 5-K for 1998
- Results of Earth Day 5-K for 1999
- Results of Earth Day 5-K for 2000
- Results of Earth Day 5-K for 2001
- Results of Earth Day 5-K for 2002
- Results of Earth Day 5-K for 2003
- Bernhard Riemann
- "Rooted trees and symmetric functions" (talk, 5/06)

- Schedule and courses (USNA only)
- SM 221S Class Notes
- SM 279 Class Notes
- SM 486D Class Notes
- "Sequential zeta values" (talk, 6/15)
- "Some generating functions for permutations" (talk, 3/06)
- "Some Hopf algebras of physical interest" (talk, 3/06)
- "Some prehistory of finite multiple zeta values" (talk, 8/14)
- Norman Steenrod
- "The strange and varied appearances of extended multiple zeta values, or, how a pure mathematician sank so low as to write a paper with decimal points" (talk, 4/17)
- "Sum fun with sequences" (talk, 9/00)
- "Sums of generalized harmonic series (NOT multiple zeta values)" (talk, 2/14)
- "Sum theorems for multiple zeta values, old and new" (talk, 6/16)
- "A symmetry result for interpolated multiple zeta values" (talk, 9/19)

- Things to worry about
- "Unrenormalizing the positive integers" (talk, 11/07)
- "Updown categories" (poster)
- "Updown categories and algebraic structures" (talk, 1/06)
- "Updown categories and their generating functions" (talk, 2/05)
- "Updown categories as a framework for generalized hook-length formulas" (talk, 10/10)
- "Updown posets" (talk, 9/02)
- "Values of derivative polynomials and counting snakes" (talk, 11/99)
- Web-based course resources for Calculus 3
- "What is a Hopf algebra?" (talk, 9/98)
- Oscar Zariski

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