I am a final year PhD student with the department of Maths & Stats and the Computing department at Lancaster University.
My research concerns word-representable directed graphs. It brings together aspects of combinatorics, probability theory and theoretical computer science. The theory has potential applications in areas such as linguistics, bioinformatics and cryptography. For more information please see my cv.
On the structural characterisation of word-graphs. Edward J. L. Bell, Paul Rayson and Damon Berridge.
Word-graph enumeration with context-free grammars. Edward J. L. Bell, Paul Rayson and Damon Berridge.
The strong connectivity of word-graphs. Edward J. L. Bell, Damon Berridge and Paul Rayson.
Measuring style with the authorship ratio: An invariant metric of lexical similarity (2009). Edward J. L. Bell, Damon Berridge and Paul Rayson. In proceedings of Corpus Linguistics, 2009.
Introduction to Computer Science
Statistics for Computer Scientists