Algorithms for estimating Ramsey numbers and analysis of the associated graphs
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Algorithms for estimating Ramsey numbers and analysis of the associated graphs by Yi-Hsin Chen

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Published by University of Toronto, Dept. of Computer Science in Toronto .
Written in English

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Thesis (M.Sc.)--University of Toronto, 1976.

StatementYi-Hsin Chen.
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A multicolour Ramsey number is a Ramsey number using 3 or more colours. There are (up to symmetries) only two non-trivial multicolour Ramsey numbers for which the exact value is known, namely R(3, 3, 3) = 17 and R(3, 3, 4) = Suppose that we have an edge colouring of a complete graph using 3 colours, red, green and blue.   Abstract. The Ramsey number \(R_X(p,q)\) for a class of graphs X is the minimum n such that every graph in X with at least n vertices has either a clique of size p or an independent set of size say that Ramsey number is linear in X if there is a constant k such that \(R_{X}(p,q) \le k(p+q)\) for all p, the present paper we conjecture that Ramsey number is linear in X if and only if Cited by: 2. For two given graphs G(1) and G(2), the Ramsey number R(G(1), G(2)) is the smallest integer n such that for any graph G of order n, either G contains G1 or the complement of G contains G2. Competitive On-Line Algorithms for Distributed Data Management Modifying a QR Decomposition to Add or Remove Row Vectors with Application to Sequential Processing of Problems Having a Large or Banded Coefficient Matrix.

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Cycles versus complete graphs Cycles versus wheels Cycles versus books Cycles versus other graphs 3. Multicolor Numbers for Cycles Three colors More colors Cycles versus other graphs 4. Hypergraph Numbers for Cycles 1. Scope and Notation There is a vast amount of literature on Ramsey type problems starting in The Ramsey number is of vital importance in Ramsey’s theorem. This paper proposed a novel methodology for constructing Ramsey graphs about R(3,10), which uses Artificial Bee Colony optimization(ABC) to raise the lower bound of Ramsey number R(3,10). The r(3,10)-graph contains two limitations, that is, neither complete graphs of order 3 nor. Knight’s Tour Analysis; General Depth First Search; Depth First Search Analysis; Topological Sorting; Strongly Connected Components; Shortest Path Problems; Dijkstra’s Algorithm; Analysis of Dijkstra’s Algorithm; Prim’s Spanning Tree Algorithm; Summary; Key Terms; Discussion. That is, the Ramsey number of bounded degree graphs grows linearly in the number of vertices. This and related developments will be discussed in Section , while other aspects of Ramsey numbers for general Hwill be explored in Sections , and In full generality, Ramsey’s theorem applies not only to graphs but also to k-uniform hyper-.