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(20120918)We examine several problems in extremal graph theory, emphasizing problems involving games on graphs. In Chapter 2, we study a variant of Ramsey theory, seeking Ramsey hosts with small maximum degree. We focus on finding ...
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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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(20120918)We study problems in extremal combinatorics with respect to forbidden induced subgraphs, forbidden colored subgraphs, and forbidden subgraphs. In Chapter 2, we determine exactly which graphs H have the property that ...
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(20150121)In this dissertation, we study three problems about Ramsey theory. First, we prove a selfdual Ramsey theorem for parameter systems which is a generalization of the selfdual Ramsey theorem developed by Solecki. Second, ...
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