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(20110525)This dissertation investigates several questions in extremal graph theory and the theory of graph minors. It consists of three independent parts; the first two parts focus on questions motivated by Turan's Theorem and ...
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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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