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The 25th British Combinatorial Conference is to take place at the University of Warwick in July 2015. The British Combinatorial Committee has invited nine distinguished combinatorialists to give survey lectures in areas of their expertise. This volume contains the survey articles on which these lectures are to be based.
We would like to thank the authors for preparing the excellent and interesting surveys, and the anonymous referees for careful reading, in some cases under tight time constraints. Also, we are grateful to the team at the Cambridge University Press, in particular Sam Harrison, for their help, advice, and professionalism. Finally, our task was much simpler thanks to the experience of the editors of earlier Surveys and the guidance of the British Combinatorial Committee.
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