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Razborov, Alexander A. (2007)
Publisher: Association for Symbolic Logic
Languages: English
Types: Article
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Asymptotic extremal combinatorics deals with questions that in the language of model theory can be re-stated as follows. For finite models M, N of an universal theory without constants and function symbols (like graphs, digraphs or hypergraphs), let p(M,N) be the probability that a randomly chosen sub-model of N with |M| elements is isomorphic to M. Which asymptotic relations exist between the quantities p(M₁,N),…, p(M_h,N), where M₁,…,Mh are fixed “template” models and |N| grows to infinity? In this paper we develop a formal calculus that captures many standard arguments in the area, both previously known and apparently new. We give the first application of this formalism by presenting a new simple proof of a result by Fisher about the minimal possible density of triangles in a graph with given edge density.
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