Random Structures & Algorithms

Limit theorems for monochromatic stars

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Let T(K1,r,Gn) be the number of monochromatic copies of the r‐star K1,r in a uniformly random coloring of the vertices of the graph Gn. In this paper we provide a complete characterization of the limiting distribution of T(K1,r,Gn), in the regime where is bounded, for any growing sequence of graphs Gn. The asymptotic distribution is a sum of mutually independent components, each term of which is a polynomial of a single Poisson random variable of degree at most r. Conversely, any limiting distribution of T(K1,r,Gn) has a representation of this form. Examples and connections to the birthday problem are discussed.

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