On the maximum density of fixed strongly connected subtournaments

@article{Parente2015OnTM,
  title={On the maximum density of fixed strongly connected subtournaments},
  author={Roberto F. Parente and Cristiane M. Sato},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2015},
  volume={abs/1505.05200}
}
We study the density of fixed strongly connected subtournaments on 5 vertices in large tournaments. We determine the maximum density asymptotically for five tournaments as well as unique extremal sequences for each tournament. As a byproduct we also characterize tournaments that are recursive blow-ups of a 3-cycle as tournaments that avoid three specific tournaments of size 5. 

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