@misc{Sahakyan_Hasmik_On,
author={Sahakyan Hasmik},
howpublished={online},
publisher={HIKARI Ltd},
language={English},
abstract={For a given m, 0 < m ≤ 2 n, let Dm (n) denote the set of all hypergraphic sequences for hypergraphs with n vertices and m hyperedges. A hypergraphic sequence in Dm (n) is upper hypergraphic if all its components are at least m/2. Let ^Dm (n) denote the set of all upper hypergraphic sequences. A structural characterization of the lowest and highest rank maximal elements of ^Dm (n) was provided in an earlier study. In the current paper we present an analogous characterization for all upper non-hypergraphic sequences. This allows determining the thresholds r ̅ min and r�� such that all upper sequences of ranks lower than r ̅ min are hypergraphic and all sequences of ranks higher than r�� are non-hypergraphic.},
title={On the Set of Simple Hypergraph Degree Sequences},
type={Article},
}