# David P. Rideout, Ph.D.

## Affiliations: | Mathematics | University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA |

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Elementary Particles and High Energy Physics##### Website:

http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~drideout/##### Google:

"David Rideout"##### Bio:

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Cunningham WJ, Rideout D, Halverson J, et al. (2017) Exact geodesic distances in FLRW spacetimes Physical Review D. 96: 103538 |

Rideout D, Jennewein T, Amelino-Camelia G, et al. (2012) Fundamental quantum optics experiments conceivable with satellites - Reaching relativistic distances and velocities Classical and Quantum Gravity. 29 |

Afshordi N, Buck M, Dowker F, et al. (2012) A ground state for the causal diamond in 2 dimensions Journal of High Energy Physics. 2012 |

Ahmed M, Rideout D. (2010) Indications of de Sitter Spacetime from Classical Sequential Growth Dynamics of Causal Sets Physical Review D. 81: 83528 |

Brunnemann J, Rideout D. (2010) Oriented matroidsâ€”combinatorial structures underlying loop quantum gravity Classical and Quantum Gravity. 27: 205008 |

Rideout D, Wallden P. (2009) Emergent continuum spacetime from a random, discrete, partial order Arxiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology. 189: 12045 |

Major S, Rideout D, Surya S. (2009) Stable homology as an indicator of manifoldlikeness in causal set theory Classical and Quantum Gravity. 26 |

Rideout D, Wallden P. (2009) Spacelike distance from discrete causal order Classical and Quantum Gravity. 26: 155013 |

He S, Rideout D. (2009) A causal set black hole Classical and Quantum Gravity. 26: 125015 |

Brunnemann J, Rideout D. (2008) Properties of the volume operator in loop quantum gravity: II. Detailed presentation Classical and Quantum Gravity. 25: 65002 |