This web page contains the abstract of my paper:
"Lower Bounds for Small Diagonal Ramsey Numbers", Journal of Combinatorial Theory Series A, 42(1986), p. 302-304.
Abstract: Let p=4*r+1 be a prime. Let G be the graph on the p points 0,1,...,p-1 formed by connecting two points with an edge iff their difference is a quadratic residue mod p. Let k be the size of the largest clique contained in G. Then it is well known that the diagonal Ramsey number R2(k+1) > p. We show R2(k+2) > 2*p+2. We also compute k for all p < 3000.
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