Michael Mahoney just made available 188 pages of his lecture notes on Randomized Linear Algebra and 257 pages of his lecture notes on Spectral Graph Methods . These are lecture notes that are based on the lectures from a class Michael taught on the topic of Randomized Linear Algebra (RLA) at UC Berkeley during the Fall 2013 semester. The second lecture notes are based on the lectures from a class Michael taught on the topic of Spectral Graph Methods at UC Berkeley during the Spring 2015 semester.

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