Adam Yusko

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In a red-blue coloring of a nonempty graph, every edge is colored red or blue. If the resulting edge-colored graph contains a nonempty subgraph G without isolated vertices every edge of which is colored the same, then G is said to be monochromatic. For two nonempty graphs G and H without isolated vertices, the monochromatic Ramsey number mr(G,H) of G and H(More)
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