David Burstein

​Swarthmore College
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Visiting Assistant Professor
Research expertise in network science, graph theory,
data science, stochastic processes and dynamical systems.


Interception in distance-vector routing networks with F. Kenter, J. Kun, F. Shi.
Journal of Complex Networks (June 2016).   arXiv Preprint   JCN Link

Sufficient conditions for graphicality of bidegree sequences with J. Rubin. 
SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics (January 2017) .  
arXiv Preprint  SIAM Link


Asymptotics of the spectral radius for directed Chung-Lu random graphs with community structure.   arXiv Preprint

Degree switching and partitioning for enumerating graphs to arbitrary orders of accuracy 
with J. Rubin.   arXiv Preprint

The k shortest paths problem with application to routing with L. Metcalf.