Monthly Archives: May 2014

Ramsey, Hindman and Milliken-Taylor Theorems

Ramsey’s theorem is probably the most famous result of Ramsey theory, giving it its name. Essentially it states that a finite coloring of a certain structure contains a monochromatic copy of the original structure, in this case the structure being … Continue reading

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Szemerédi’s Theorem Part V – Compact extensions

This is the fifth in a series of six posts I am writing about Szemerédi’s theorem. In the previous post I proved that the Sz property lifts through weak mixing extension and in this post I will prove that the … Continue reading

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