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Publication# Avoiding long Berge cycles: the missing casesk=r+1 andk=r+2

Abstract

The maximum size of anr-uniform hypergraph without a Berge cycle of length at leastkhas been determined for allk >= r+ 3 by Furedi, Kostochka and Luo and fork

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