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By B. Bollobás (Eds.)

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Combinatorics has no longer been a longtime department of arithmetic for terribly lengthy: the final region of a century has noticeable an explosive development within the topic. This development has been mostly as a result of the doyen of combinatorialists, Paul Erdos, whose penetrating perception and insatiable interest has supplied a tremendous stimulus for employees within the box. there's infrequently any department of combinatorics that has no longer been enormously enriched via his rules. This quantity is devoted to Paul Erdos at the celebration of his seventy-fifth birthday.

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V L O . 9(n - i ) in the induced subgraph of G on V(G)\ { u , , . . , u l - , } . But in this case ( E ( G ) (3 0 . 9nI) > $($, a contradiction. Clearly t ( H ) S f ( G )< m/108. Let A = A ( H ) denote the maximal degree in H. Since the independence number of H is smaller than m/108, we have A > 10' - 1. 1. Thus we may assume that 10'6 A = A ( H ) s rn/1000. (4) Let u be a vertex of maximal degree in H and let rH(u)= {ul, u2, . . , v,} be ) r~(U)l= dH(ui) A', the set of all its neighbours.

We make no attempt to optimize the constants here and in the rest of the paper. 1 is somewhat lengthy, and is presented in the next * Research supported in part by Allon Fellowship, by a Bat-Sheva de Rothschild grant and by the Fund for Basic Research Administered by the Israel Academy of Sciences. t Research supported in part by NSF Grant DMS 8806097. V. (North-Holland) N. Alon, B. Bollobcis 24 three sections. We first consider, in Section 4, graphs G which contain relatively large trivial subgraphs.

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