Turán Numbers of Vertex-disjoint Cliques in r-Partite Graphs
In a broad sense, graph theory has always been present in civilization. Graph theory is the math of connections – at a party, who knows each other? How many handshakes will each person have to give before shaking hands with everyone? What is the best way to drive from city to city? Extremal graph theory is a branch that deals with counting items (called vertices) and connections between two items (called edges) and determining the maximum/minimum number of characteristics needed to satisfy a certain property. The specific topic of this talk is Turán numbers, a topic of extremal graph theory that ...
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