Richard Stong

According to our database1, Richard Stong authored at least 66 papers between 1985 and 2018.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of four.
  • Erdős number3 of two.

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2018
Puzzles in Memory of Solomon Golomb.
IEEE Trans. Information Theory, 2018

2015
Quantum Max-flow/Min-cut.
CoRR, 2015

Partition and sum is fast.
CoRR, 2015

2011
Minimal density conjugation of binary matrices.
Adv. Appl. Math., 2011

2009
Measuring the Growth Rate of a Bernoulli Polynomial: 11324 [2007, 836].
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2009

Reversal by Swaps: 11264 [2007, 77].
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2009

Commuting Transformations: 11267.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2009

A Unipotent Matrix: 11282 [2007, 260].
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2009

A Functional Equation: 11345 [2008, 166].
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2009

2008
Evaluate the Series: 11260.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2008

A Telescoping Fibonacci Sum: 11258.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2008

2007
A Sudoku Solution from Orthogonal Latin Squares: 11192.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2007

Choice Bounds: 11132.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2007

Exponential Growth of a Solution: 11137.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2007

A Limit Involving Euler's Constant: 11206.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2007

An Elementary Integral: 11148.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2007

Another Diophantine Equation: 11175.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2007

Learning from Experience: 11178.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2007

Finding the Greatest Lower Bound: 11217.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2007

Counting Lattice Quadrilaterals Tangent to an Ellipse: 11163.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2007

A Hypergeometric Identity: 11188.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2007

2006
Commuting Analytic Maps: 11070.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2006

A Cousin of Gronwall's Inequality: 11135.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2006

An Example With Periodic Orbits: 11073.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2006

A Subset-Sum Inequality: 11100.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2006

Coloring Graphs with Few Odd Cycles: 11086.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2006

No Three Faces with the Same Number of Edges: 10856.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2006

Polynomials with Three Distinct Zeros Summing to Zero: 11123.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2006

A Complex Identity: 11079.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2006

Hamilton decompositions of directed cubes and products.
Discrete Mathematics, 2006

On the Number of Possible Row and Column Sums of 0, 1-Matrices.
Electr. J. Comb., 2006

2005
Adjoint over the Smallest Field: 11034.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2005

An Identity Involving Harmonic Numbers: 11026.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2005

A Prime Summandification of n: 11045.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2005

Entire Functions of Order Zero: 11018.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2005

Sine Bound: 11069.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2005

A Special Set of Integer Points in Space: 11050.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2005

Expansion by Inclusion-Exclusion: 11033.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2005

Collective choice under dichotomous preferences.
J. Economic Theory, 2005

2004
A Disguised Half-Angle Iteration: 10973.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2004

The First Fibonacci Number Divisible by a Prime p: 10971.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2004

A Limit Problem: 11024.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2004

A Family of Polynomials: 10989.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2004

2003
The Fewest 3-Cycles to Generate an Even Permutation: 10872.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2003

Approximating the Binomial Distribution: 10876.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2003

A Sequence of Integer Polynomials: 10915.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2003

Problem 11039.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2003

An Unexpected Integer: 10886.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2003

An Alternating Sum Involving Unsigned Stirling Numbers: 10863.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2003

Going around Randomly in Circles: 10881.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2003

Spanning Cycles in Hypercubes: 10892.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2003

Animals in a Cage: 10875.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2003

Recounting the Rationals, Continued: 10906.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2003

A Combination of Cyclotomic Polynomials: 10914.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2003

Filling a multicolor urn: an axiomatic analysis.
Games and Economic Behavior, 2003

Permutation Separations and Complete Bipartite Factorisations of K_{n, n}.
Electr. J. Comb., 2003

2002
Shrinking Lattice Curves: 10846.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2002

A Functional Equation: 10908.
The American Mathematical Monthly, 2002

Fair Queuing and Other Probabilistic Allocation Methods.
Math. Oper. Res., 2002

Orthogonal Matchings.
Discrete Mathematics, 2002

1998
The Average Order of a Permutation.
Electr. J. Comb., 1998

1997
Permutations of the positive integers with specified differences.
Discrete Mathematics, 1997

1993
The Average Order of a Matrix.
J. Comb. Theory, Ser. A, 1993

1991
Hamilton decompositions of cartesian products of graphs.
Discrete Mathematics, 1991

1987
On Hamiltonian cycles in Cayley graphs of wreath products.
Discrete Mathematics, 1987

1985
On 1-factorizability of Cayley graphs.
J. Comb. Theory, Ser. B, 1985


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