DescriptionRamsey theory studies the properties that combinatorial structures need in order to guarantee that desired substructures are contained within them. It is often seen as the study of the order that comes from randomness, and has applications in mathematics, computer science, finance, economics, and other areas. Our research involves a computational approach to establishing the values of various Ramsey numbers, whose role is to quantify the general existential theorems in Ramsey theory.
OrganizationRochester Institute of Technology
DepartmentComputer Science
Sponsor Virtual OrganizationOSG
Principal Investigator
Stanisław P. Radziszowski
Field Of ScienceComputer and Information Science and Engineering