David Ross Richman: Related Papers

On qth power residues is a short note by
David Richman written in December, 1987. For q a prime number and S a
finite
set with no more than q elements, David shows that if almost all primes p
have the
property that some element of S is a qth power modulo p, then S must
contain
a qth power of an integer.

Richman Games is a paper written by
Andrew Lazarus, Danny Loeb, James Propp, and Dan Ullman
(published in Games of No Chance, Richard Nowakowski, editor, MSRI
volume 29, Cambridge University Press, 1996); James Propp also wrote a
short
preface,
About David Richman, to this paper which appeared in the same
volume.

Combinatorial games under auction play is a followup paper
written by
Andrew Lazarus, Danny Loeb, James Propp, Walter Stromquist and Dan Ullman
dedicated to David.

A Harnack inequality for Dirichlet eigenvalues is a paper
written by
Fan Chung and S.T. Yau that appeared in the Journal of Graph Theory,
Volume 34, pp. 247  257, that contains a section entitled,
"Randomization problem and Richman games" that deals with a twoplayer
version of Richman games.

Learning Richman games on neural networks using temporal difference
learning is an undergraduate honors thesis
by Gil Carmel from 1997 under the direction of William Gasarch.

Tic Tac Toe with betting concerns Richman games and
is an undergraduate honors thesis
by Michael Fan in 2004 also under the direction of William Gasarch.

"On the vector invariants of U_{2}(F_{p}):
a proof of a conjecture of David Richman" is a paper by
H. E. A. Campbell and I. P. Hughes in Adv. in Math. V 126, No 1,
(1997), 120. David made a variety of contributions to the subject of
invariant theory (see
his
list of publications). This paper concerns one
of his conjectures in the subject.