The Ramsey number is stated, where $R(2,3)$ means Ramsey number where there exists a monochromatic clique of size 2 or a monochromatic clique of size 3.
I also came to understand that $R(2,3) = N(2,3;2)$
What does $N(2,3;3)$ mean? Especially I do not understand what the 3 means after ;
Regarding this I came across the previous post: Ramsey Number R(4,4), that one user described as:
$N(m,n;k)$ is the generalized Ramsey's number $R(m,n)$ , except for k colors.
Can someone shine some light on what multicolor ramsey notation $N(m,n;k)$ actually means?