Turan's Theorem for k-Graphs.

by J. H. Spencer

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Denote by T(n, k, b)--T for Turan--the smallest q such that there exists a k-graph with n vertices, q edges, and with no independent set of size b. The calculation for k = 2 is Turan's theorem. An improved lower bound on T is given in this paper. The proof uses probabilistic methods. The revised version contains an additional lower bound on T. 6 pp. Ref. (Author)

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