By J. H. van Lint, R. M. Wilson

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We have P r[A1 |A2 . . Am ] = P r[A1 A2 . . Aq |Aq+1 . . Am ] . P r[A2 . . Aq |Aq+1 . . Am ] 32 A Course in Combinatorics The numerator is (by definition of G) at most P r[A1 |Aq+1 . . Am ] = P r[A1 ] ≤ 1 . 4d Using the induction hypothesis, we find that the denominator is at least q 1 q−1 1− ≥ . P r[A1 |Aq+1 . . 6). We now have n P r[Ai |A1 . . Ai−1 ] ≥ (1 − P r[A1 . . 6) for each term in the product. We apply this method to obtain a lower bound for N (p, p; 2). 7. N (p, p; 2) ≥ c · p · 2p/2 , where c is a constant.

Mn−1 − 1) a∈A0 = m0 fn−1 (m1 − 1, . . , mn−1 − 1) = Fn (m0 , m1 , . . , mn−1 ). Case 2. There is a critical block (Aν0 , . . , Aνk−1 ) with ν0 < · · · < νk−1 and 0 < k < n. In this case, we delete all elements of Aνo ∪ · · ·∪Aνk−1 from all the other sets Ai which produces Aµ0 , . . , Aµl−1 , where {ν0 , . . , νk−1 , µ0 , . . , µl−1 } = {0, 1, . . , n − 1}, k + l = n. Now both (Aν0 , . . , Aνk−1 ) and (Aµ0 , . . , Aµl−1 ) satisfy property H and SDRs of the two sequences are always disjoint.

Xk and y1 , . . , yk have been defined, then since |Γ({x0 , x1 , . . , xk })| ≥ k+1, there exists a vertex yk+1 , distinct from y1 , . . , yk , that is adjacent to at least one vertex in {x0 , x1 , . . , xk }. If yk+1 is not incident with a red edge, stop; otherwise, let xk+1 be the other end of that red edge. When the procedure terminates, we construct the path p by starting with yk+1 and the blue edge joining it to, say, xi1 , i1 < k + 1. Then add the red edge {xi1 , yi1 }. By construction, yi1 is joined by an edge (necessarily blue) to some xi2 , i2 < i1 .

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