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On the Ramsey Numbers of Odd-Linked Double Stars

@inproceedings{Karamchedu2021OnTR,
  title={On the Ramsey Numbers of Odd-Linked Double Stars},
  author={Chaitanya D. Karamchedu and Maria M. Klawe},
  year={2021}
}
The linked double star Sc(n,m), where n ≥ m ≥ 0, is the graph consisting of the union of two stars K1,n and K1,m with a path on c vertices joining the centers. Its ramsey number r(Sc(n,m)) is the smallest integer r such that every 2-coloring of the edges of a Kr admits a monochromaticSc(n,m). In this paper, we study the ramsey numbers of linked double stars when c is odd. In particular, we establish bounds on the value of r(Sc(n,m)) and determine the exact value of r(Sc(n,m)) if n ≥ c, or if n… 

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