Topics in Discrete Mathematics: Dedicated to Jarik Nesetril by Martin Klazar, Jan Kratochvil, Martin Loebl, Robin Thomas,

By Martin Klazar, Jan Kratochvil, Martin Loebl, Robin Thomas, Pavel Valtr

This e-book contains a suite of top quality papers in chosen themes of Discrete arithmetic, to have a good time the sixtieth birthday of Professor Jarik Nešetril. top specialists have contributed survey and study papers within the components of Algebraic Combinatorics, Combinatorial quantity thought, video game concept, Ramsey idea, Graphs and Hypergraphs, Homomorphisms, Graph hues and Graph Embeddings.

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We shall see in §3 that d*(A) > 0 implies that A - A is a piecewise-Bohr set. 1. 8 m 'ljJ(t) = L: c Z is a Bohr set if there exists a trigonometric polynomial ckeiAkt, with the Ak real numbers, such that the set k=l 8' = {n E Z : Re'ljJ(n) > O} is non-empty and 8 ::J 8'. When 'ljJ(0) with [Bilu9J]). >0 we say 8 is a Bohro set. (Compare The fact that a Bohr set is syndetic is a consequence of the almost periodicity of trigonometric polynomials. It is also a consequence of the "uniform recurrence" of the Kronecker dynamical system on the m-torus Indeed, it is not hard to see that a set 8 c Z is Bohr if and only if there exist mEN, 0: E ']['m and an open set C ']['m such that 8 ::J E Z : no: E Alternatively we can define Bohr sets and Bohro sets in terms of the topology induced on the integers Z by imbedding Z in its Bohr compactification.

Form the set Q' = U([-mp,mp] n Q + t:n p ). Suppose Re'ljJ'(n) > a with n E Q'. Then for somep, n-t:n p E [-mp,mp]nQ and Re'ljJ(n - t:n p ) > o. It follows that n - t:n p E (U(S:n - S:n)) n [-mp,mp]. By the choice of {S:n} this implies n E S:n p - S:n p + t:n p . Since Q is uniformly thick, for large p, [-mp, mp] n Q contains large intervals and this implies that Q' is a thick set. This proves that U(S:n - S:n + t:n) is a PW-Bohr set. g This completes the proof of Theorem I. 3 of §1). If A, B, C, c Z are three sets with positive upper density, one of which is syndetic, then A + B + C is a Bohr set.

1 to this sub scheme generic for the Kroneckercomplete process with 'Pl, 'P2, 'P3 E , and where we again denote the array of intervals by {Jz}. We will take f = 'P = Is = 'P3 which is represented by ~~(n) = Is(n). ) 01r 35 (17) nEJI where 1 = E(lsIZ). The function 1 is bounded and non-negative with J ldz = p,(S) > 0 so it is non-trivial. We note that since 1 E LOO(Z), the function F = 101 is continuous on Z. We turn now to the hypothesis that d* ((S - s) n B) = 0 for s E S. This implies that or J li3 T81 s dp, = O.

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