David Covert
David Covert
Assistant Teaching Professor, University of Missouri - Saint Louis
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Generalized incidence theorems, homogeneous forms and sum–product estimates in finite fields
D Covert, D Hart, A Iosevich, D Koh, M Rudnev
European Journal of Combinatorics 31 (1), 306-319, 2010
Geometric Configurations in the Ring of Integers Modulo p
D Covert, A Iosevich, J Pakianathan
Indiana university mathematics journal, 1949-1969, 2012
A Furstenberg–Katznelson–Weiss type theorem on (d+ 1)-point configurations in sets of positive density in finite field geometries
D Covert, D Hart, A Iosevich, S Senger, I Uriarte-Tuero
Discrete mathematics 311 (6), 423-430, 2011
Long paths in the distance graph over large subsets of vector spaces over finite fields
M Bennett, J Chapman, D Covert, D Hart, A Iosevich, J Pakianathan
arXiv preprint arXiv:1406.0107, 2014
The k-resultant modulus set problem on algebraic varieties over finite fields
D Covert, D Koh, Y Pi
Finite Fields and Their Applications 48, 68-86, 2017
On the Sums of Any Points in Finite Fields
D Covert, D Koh, Y Pi
SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics 30 (1), 367-382, 2016
Results on the Erdős–Falconer distance problem in Zqd for odd q
DJ Covert
Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 426 (2), 727-733, 2015
Sums and products with smooth numbers
WD Banks, DJ Covert
Journal of Number Theory 131 (6), 985-993, 2011
The generalized k-resultant modulus set problem in finite fields
D Covert, D Koh, Y Pi
Journal of Fourier Analysis and Applications 25 (3), 1026-1052, 2019
Pairs of dot products in finite fields and rings
D Covert, S Senger
Combinatorial and Additive Number Theory II, 129-138, 2015
Cayley Digraphs Associated to Arithmetic Groups
D Covert, YD Karabulut, J Pakianathan
Graphs and Combinatorics 35 (2), 393-417, 2019
Applications of spectral graph theory to some classical problems in combinatorics and number theory
Y Demiroglu Karabulut, J Pakianathan, D Covert
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