Quasi-random hypergraphs revisited


The quasi-random theory for graphs mainly focuses on a large equivalent class of graph properties each of which can be used as a certificate for randomness. For k-graphs (i.e., k-uniform hypergraphs), an analogous quasi-random class contains various equivalent graph properties including the k-discrepancy property (bounding the number of edges in the… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/rsa.20388