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Extremal problems for hypergraphs
Applications of Ramsey style theorems
FOUNDATIONS PARTITIONS AND COMBINATORIAL GEOMETRY
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A A B adjacent antichains argument arithmetic progression binomial coefficients bipartite graphs CENTRE TRACTS 56 cl(H coefficients color combinatorial geometry Combinatorial Theory condition conjecture consider contains copy of H corollary D.J. Kleitman DAYKIN defined DEUBER direct product disjoint divisors edge-transitive edges eigenvalues elements equivalent ERDOS example exists finite graph finite set fixed geometry given graph G graph theory Hence hypergraph implies induced subgraph inequality integers isomorphic k-graph k-saturated partitions KATONA KLEITMAN lattice least limit points linear equations logarithmic convexity LUBELL LYM property MATHEMATICAL CENTRE TRACTS matrix maximal chains maximal number maximum members of F non-negative integers normalized matching number of pairs obtained partially ordered set polynomial positive integers Proc proof of theorem Proposition prove question R-property RADO Ramsey's Theorem rational functions reciprocity theorems result rows sequence Sperner k-families Sperner's theorem submatrix subsets symmetric theorem 2.1 valence vectors vertex set vertices