Tight Hamilton cycles in 3-uniform quasirandom graphs

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We employ the absorbing-path method in order to prove two results regarding the emergence of tight Hamilton cycles in the so-called two-path or cherry-quasirandom 3-graphs.Our first result asserts that for any fixed real α > 0, cherry-quasirandom 3-graphs of sufficiently large order n having minimum 2-degree at least α(n − 2) have a tight Hamilton cycle.
Our second result concerns the minimum 1-degree sufficient for such 3-graphs to have a tight Hamilton cycle. Roughly speaking, we prove that for every d, α > 0 satisfying d + α > 1, any sufficiently large n-vertex such 3-graph H of density d and minimum 1-degree at least α n−12 has a tight Hamilton cycle.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLarge Networks and Random Graphs, Frankfurt, Germany
StatePublished - 2018


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