|Name:||Lynne L. Doty|
|Title:||Professor of Mathematics|
|Office Location:||Hancock Center 3044|
|Extension:||(845) 575-3000 ext. 2611|
B.S. East Stroudsburg (PA) University
Professor Doty has co-authored research articles with Frank Harary (thereby achieving Erdos number 2) and Derek Smith of the University of Glamorgan (Wales). During sabbatical leaves she worked at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia and with a colleague at Bloomsburg (PA) University. She often teaches an introductory networks and graph theory course ( sometimes coupled with a college writing course) that seeks to embed mathematics in a larger intellectual and cultural context.
Professor Doty's specialization is in discrete mathematics and combinatorics. Most of her research work has focused on establishing theoretical bounds describing the ability of a communication network to survive local failures.
Buckley, F., L. L. Doty, and F. Harary. "On graphs with signed inverses." Networks. 18 (1988) 151-157.
Doty, Lynne L. "Poe's Portrait of Mathematicians in 'The Purloined Letter': Some Historical Context." Interdisciplinary Literary Studies: A Journal of Criticism and Theory 11.2 (2010 Spring), 117-126.
Doty, Lynne L. "Bounding neighbor-connectivity of abelian Cayley graphs." Discussiones Mathematicae Graph Theory. 31 (2011), 475-491.
Doty, Lynne L. "A Mathematician Learns the Basics of Writing Instruction: An Immersion Expreience with Long-Term Benefits." PRIMUS 22.1 (2012), 14-29.
Doty, Lynne L. "Measuring the effectiveness of covert network structures." Graph Theory Notes of New York, Metropolitan NY Section MAA. LXIV (2013), 10-18.