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Tag Archives: Henson’s graphs
The sound of problems falling
This month brought news that two problems I posed have been solved. A conjecture of mine was proved by Martin Bridson and Henry Wilton, and another question (which I didn’t feel brave enough to connjecture) has been answered by Greg … Continue reading
Homogeneous Cayley objects, 3
In this post, I will consider Henson’s graphs as Cayley graphs. Henson’s graphs Recall from the first post of the series the conditions for a class of finite relational structures to be a Fraïssé class, that is, the class of … Continue reading