Reading "A variant of the Hales-Jewett theorem" on its anniversary


In a recent paper "A variant of the Hales-Jewett theorem", M. Beiglböck provides a version of the classic coloring result in which an instance of the variable in a word giving rise to a monochromatic combinatorial line can be moved around in a finite structure of specified type (for example, an arithmetic progression). We give an elementary proof and infinitary extensions. © 2009.

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Topology and its Applications