Title

Examining Ramsey Numbers

Date

5-26-2016 9:15 AM

End Time

26-5-2016 9:30 AM

Location

MNB 104

Department

Mathematics

Session Chair

Matthew Nabity

Session Title

Mathematics Senior Project Presentations

Faculty Sponsor(s)

Breeann Flesch

Abstract

This paper explores the work of Frank P. Ramsey who founded Ramsey’s Theorem and is centered on the fact that complete disorder is impossible. The goal is to dig into Ramsey’s Theory by examining various Ramsey Numbers and bounds. Through this examination of Ramsey Numbers we will begin to see how we can reach structures arbitrarily large and be able to guarantee substructure through the proof of Ramsey’s Theorem.

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Examining Ramsey Numbers

MNB 104

This paper explores the work of Frank P. Ramsey who founded Ramsey’s Theorem and is centered on the fact that complete disorder is impossible. The goal is to dig into Ramsey’s Theory by examining various Ramsey Numbers and bounds. Through this examination of Ramsey Numbers we will begin to see how we can reach structures arbitrarily large and be able to guarantee substructure through the proof of Ramsey’s Theorem.