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A note on extremal digraphs containing at most $t$ walks of length $k$ with the same endpoints

@inproceedings{Lyu2021ANO,
  title={A note on extremal digraphs containing at most \$t\$ walks of length \$k\$ with the same endpoints},
  author={Zhenhua Lyu},
  year={2021}
}
Let n, k, t be positive integers. What is the maximum number of arcs in a digraph on n vertices in which there are at most t distinct walks of length k with the same endpoints? In this paper, we prove that the maximum number is equal to n(n− 1)/2 and the extremal digraph are the transitive tournaments when k ≥ n− 1 ≥ max{2t+ 1, 2 ⌈ 

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