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Dr.Mark Miller

Papers:

  • Sparse domination of (t,k)-prisms, Bulletin of the Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications (to appear)
  • Finite thinking in an infinite world, Bulletin of the Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications, 36 (2002), 103-108.
  • Spreads and ovoids of generalized quadrangles of order (s, s + 2), Congressus Numerantium, 146 (2000), 125-130.
  • Generalized Quadrangles of Order (s, t) with |s-t| = 2 - Doctoral dissertation (1999)
  • Collineations and characterizations of generalized quadrangles of order (q+1, q-1), Rendiconti del Circolo Matematic di Palermo, Serie II, Suppl. 53:137-166 (1998) with S. E. Payne.
Conference Presentations:
  • Sparse domination of (t,k)-prisms, Rocky Mountain Discrete Mathematics Days, Colorado Springs, Colorado (2004)
  • Affine Arithmetic in Generalized Quadrangles, Fifteenth Cumberland Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, Oxford, Mississippi (2002)
  • Normal Ovoids and Affine Planes associated with Generalized Quadrangles of Order (s, s-2), Finite Simple Groups, Geometries, Buildings, and Related Topics Conference in Honor of Ernest Shult, Manhattan, Kansas (2001)
  • Mathematica, Matrices, and the Mind, Mathematical Association of America - Ohio Section Meeting, Springfield, Ohio (2000)
  • Spreads and Ovoids of Generalized Quadrangles of Order (s, s + 2), Thirty-First Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, Boca Raton, Florida (2000)
  • Finite Thinking in an Infinite World, Mathematical Association of America - Ohio Section Meeting, Wooster, Ohio (1999)
  • Generalized Quadrangles with Parameters (q+1, q-1), q = 2e, American Mathematical Society - Central Section Spring Meeting, Special Session in Groups and Geometry, Manhattan, Kansas (1998)
  • Life Without Triangles, Mathematical Association of America - Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, Denver, Colorado (1997)
 
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