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A Summary of Problems and Results related to the Caccetta-Haggkvist Conjecture

@article{Sullivan2006ASO,
  title={A Summary of Problems and Results related to the Caccetta-Haggkvist Conjecture},
  author={Blair D. Sullivan},
  journal={arXiv: Combinatorics},
  year={2006}
}
This paper is an attempt to survey the current state of our knowledge on the Caccetta-Haggkvist conjecture and related questions. In January 2006 there was a workshop hosted by the American Institute of Mathematics in Palo Alto, on the Caccetta-Haggkvist conjecture, and this paper partly originated there, as a summary of the open problems and partial results presented at the workshop. This summary includes results and open problems related to Caccetta-Haggkvist, Seymour's Second Neighborhood… 
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