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This presentation is a project for the course MTH 466: Graph Theory and Combinatorics. A graph is a mathematical objects that consists of two sets: A set of vertices and a set of edges. An edge joins two vertices and depicts a relationship between those vertices. This project will explore a modified Ramsey number, the rainbow Ramsey number RR(F) of a graph F, which is defined as the smallest positive integer n such that if each edge of a complete graph--a graph containing all possible edges between its vertices--is colored from any number of colors, then either an F with edges of only one color (monochromatic) or an F with edges with no repeated colors (rainbow) is produced.
Aparna W Higgins
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Stander Symposium poster
"Modified Ramsey Numbers" (2019). Stander Symposium Posters. 1700.