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Let H = (V, Σ) be a 3-uniform linear hypergraph with one hypercycle C<sub>3</sub>. We consider a blow-up hypergraph B[H]. We are interested in the following problem. We have to decide whether there exists a blow-up hypergraph B[H] of the hypergraph H, with hyperedge densities satisfying special conditions, such that the hypergraph H appears in a… (More)

—Let H = (V, E) be a 3-uniform linear hypergraph with one hypercycle C3. We consider a blow-up hypergraph B[H]. We are interested in the following problem. We have to decide whether there exists a blow-up hypergraph B[H] of the hypergraph H, with hyperedge densities satisfying special conditions, such that the hypergraph H appears in a blow-up hypergraph as… (More)

—Let H = (V (H), E(H)) be a simple connected graph of order n with the vertex set V (H) and the edge set E(H). We consider a blow-up graph G[H]. We are interested in the following problem. We have to decide whether there exists a blow-up graph G[H], with edge densities satisfying special conditions (homogeneous or inhomogeneous), such that the graph H does… (More)

Let H = (V(H),E(H)) be a simple connected graph of order n with the vertex set V (H) and the edge set E(H). We consider a blow-up graph G[H]. We are interested in the following problem. We have to decide whether there exists a blow-up graph G[H], with edge densities satisfying special conditions (homogeneous or inhomogeneous), such that the graph H does not… (More)

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