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Posted by: Jon Noel
on: April 6th, 2016

\begin{problem} % Enter your conjecture in LaTeX % You may change "conjecture" to "question" or "problem" if you prefer. Determine $\text{wsat}(K_n,Q_3)$. \end{problem}

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Given graphs $G$ and $H$, let $\text{wsat}(G,H)$ denote the minimum number of edges in a subgraph $F$ of $G$ such that the edges of $E(G)\setminus E(F)$ can be added to $F$, one edge at a time, so that each edge completes a copy of $H$ when it is added.

Of course, if one can solve the problem above, then a natural next step is to determine $\text{wsat}(K_n,Q_m)$ for all $n$ and $m$.

Morrison, Noel and Scott [MNS] solved the related problem of determining $\text{wsat}(Q_d,Q_m)$ for all $d$ and $m$.


% Example: %*[B] Claude Berge, Farbung von Graphen, deren samtliche bzw. deren ungerade Kreise starr sind, Wiss. Z. Martin-Luther-Univ. Halle-Wittenberg Math.-Natur. Reihe 10 (1961), 114. % %[CRS] Maria Chudnovsky, Neil Robertson, Paul Seymour, Robin Thomas: \arxiv[The strong perfect graph theorem]{math.CO/0212070}, % Ann. of Math. (2) 164 (2006), no. 1, 51--229. \MRhref{MR2233847} % % (Put an empty line between individual entries)

[MNS] N. Morrison, J. A. Noel, A. Scott. Saturation in the hypercube and bootstrap percolation. To appear in Combin. Probab. Comput.

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