|title:||A Note on Set Systems with no Union of Cardinality 0 Modulo m|
|keywords:||hypergraphs, composite modulus, explicit constructions|
|abstract:||Alon, Kleitman, Lipton, Meshulam, Rabin and Spencer (Graphs. Combin. 7 (1991),
no. 2, 97-99) proved, that for any hypergraph
is a prime-power, and d denotes the maximal degree
of the hypergraph, there exists an
F0⊂ F, such that
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|reference:||Vince Grolmusz (2003), A Note on Set Systems with no Union of Cardinality 0 Modulo m, Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science 6, pp. 41-44|
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