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Pierre Bornsztein

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Registered: 12/12/04
Gallai's theorem
Posted: Mar 20, 2003 8:06 AM
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Hi,

Gallai's theorem states that :

"Let the vertices of |R^n be finitely colored. For all finite set V in
|R^n there exists a monochromatic W homothetic to V."

I've seen the proof given in :
R.Graham, B.L.Rothschild, J.H.Spencer, Ramsey Theory, Wiley.

Does anybody know other references containing a proof of Gallai's
theorem?
Does anybody have the reference of the original paper of Gallai?

Thanks in advance.

Pierre.




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