This fall I am teaching a graduate class on Analysis of Boolean Functions at Carnegie Mellon, crosslisted in the computer science and math departments. I’m happy to announce that it will also be available ‘online’ to a limited extent. The lectures will be made available as videos, the course bulletin board is open to the public for discussions, and the problem sets will be available. Regarding the homework, I’m happy to take LaTeX solutions (as described here) and to discuss the problems on the bulletin board, but I’ll only be grading the homework of the actual CMU students.
The videos, problem sets, and instructions on how to access the bulletin board are all on the course webpage. Look for a new video each Monday and Wednesday and a new section of the book here on the blog each Friday.