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About Combinatorics Wiki
Combinatorics Wiki is a wiki presenting the latest results on problems in various topics in the field of combinatorics. Combinatorics Wiki will only allow updates by active expert researchers in their fields, with the following goals:
- Creating a stable venue for researchers to announce published and pre-published work in real time. As many of the existing problems, in particular in extremal theory are of highly competitive nature, where new results very often supersede existing results, an up to date resource listing the most current results is therefore essential to the community working in a specific field. Taking into account the long time it can take to publish mathematical papers, it can be very helpful to announce and briefly describe new findings before the actual publication.
- Creating an extensive peer-reviewed source of information, allowing for new and existing researchers to stay up to date with work done by others in their field.
- Keeping a detailed history of previous work, findings, publications and results, in a simple user friendly wiki format.
- Allowing registered users to review and comment on unpublished and published work by other users.
- Giving supervisors and students ideas for new projects and open problems.
- Creating a stable community of researchers in different areas, and promoting collaborations.
List of problem areas
List of video channels
Members of the Combinatorics Wiki community are welcome to advertise research internships, postdoc positions and other research and teaching openings in their respective institutions and others.
Combinatorics Wiki rules
Please read our rules of use of Combinatorics Wiki.
Note for potential new contributors and moderators
We are always interested in extending our list of problem areas. Please contact our moderators with new ideas and suggestions. New registered users, editing help can be found here (including adding pages, using mathematical formulas and embedding videos).