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- R. Bumby
- 1981

This paper deals with the “telephone problem,” also known as the “gossip problem”. Suppose n persons each have a piece of information. Pairs of them can share whatever information they possess by… (More)

Given a square n-matrix Fand an n-row matrix G, pole-shifting problems consist in obtaining more or less arbitrary characteristic polynomials for F+ GK, for suitable (“feedback”) matrices K. A review… (More)

- R. Bumby
- 1982

- R. Bumby
- 1975

The collection of all numbers modulo which a given recurrent sequence can be uniformly distributed is determined. Introduction. Given integers A, B, GOP G1, there is a unique sequence of integers… (More)

- R. Bumby
- 1985

The sets considered here have their roots in arithmetic, but the theoretical tools introduced to compute their Hausdorff dimensions should have broader interest and application. In particular, the… (More)

- R. Bumby, Dana May Latch
- 1986

This paper presents some graph-theoretic questions from the viewioint of the portion of category theory which has become common knowledge. In particular, the reader is encouraged to consider whether… (More)

- R. Bumby, Doug Hensley, +4 authors Urbański
- 2019

Assume that x ∈ [0, 1) admits its continued fraction expansion x = [a1(x), a2(x), · · · ]. The Khintchine exponent γ(x) of x is defined by γ(x) := lim n→∞ 1 n ∑n j=1 log aj(x) when the limit exists.… (More)

- R. Bumby
- 1965

- R. Bumby
- 1967

- R. Bumby
- 1996

The main results to be presented here deal with representations as a sum of four squares. However, it is useful for purposes of exposition to consider the corresponding theorems for sums of two… (More)