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(1997)We consider generalized graph coloring and other extremal problems in graph theory. We also construct twisted hypercubes of small radius and find the domination number of the Kneser graph $K(n,k)$ when $n\ge{3\over4}k\sp2\pm ...
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(20100514)This dissertation tackles several questions in extremal graph theory and the theory of random graphs. It consists of three more or less independent parts that all fit into one bigger picture  the metaproblem of describing ...
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(20140530)In this thesis, we study extremal problems involving forbidden subgraphs. We are interested in extremal problems over a family of graphs or over a family of hypergraphs. In Chapter 2, we consider improper coloring of ...
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(20110825)In this thesis, we study extremal problems concerning cycles and paths in graphs, graph packing, and graph decomposition. We use “graph” in the general sense, allowing loops and multiedges. The Chv´atal–Erd˝os Theorem ...
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(20100820)We study problems in extremal graph theory with respect to edgecolorings, independent sets, and cycle spectra. In Chapters 2 and 3, we present results in Ramsey theory, where we seek Ramsey host graphs with small maximum ...
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(20140530)This thesis investigates various coloring problems in graph theory. Graph coloring is an essential part of combinatorics and discrete mathematics, as it deals with the fundamental problem of partitioning objects so that ...
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(1993)A 2multigraph is a loopless multigraph with maximum multiplicity 2; pairs of vertices induce 0, 1, or 2 edges. A 2multigraph is parsimonious if it has the minimum number of single edges (multiplicity 1) among all ...
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(20090208)“Extreme events” are events so intense that they prompt lasting structural change in the technological, economic, social or psychological makeup of society. Anthropogenic extreme events (AEEs) differ from natural extreme ...
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(2012)XSEDE First Quarter 2012 Report.
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(2012)XSEDE Second Quarter 2012 Quarterly Report
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(1973)The absorption coefficients of rubidium chloride, rubidium bromide and potassium bromide have been determined in the extremeultraviolet by means of transmission measurements on thin films. For this purpose an electron ...
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(1980)The objectives of the study were to (1) determine what factors limit fruit and seed production in the annual legume Cassia fasciculata Michx., and (2) determine the extent of and basis for selective fruit maturation in ...
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(1990)Several approaches to modify the functional characteristics of whey proteins for increased versatility and improved performance during extrusion were investigated. Esterification with npropanol, acetylation with acetic ...
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(1980)The autonomic nervous system is made up of two subsystems: the parasympathetic (PNS) and the sympathetic (SNS). The balance between these systems regulates bodily functioning during routine (PNSdominant) and crisis ...
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(2015)Without even knowing it, each and every one of us come into contact with upwards of 20 electric machines daily. In fact, nearly 2/3 of all energy consumed in the world is done so by electric machines. These amazing and ...
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