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### Fractional (P,Q)-Total List Colorings of Graphs

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Let r, s ∈ N, r ≥ s, and P and Q be two additive and hereditary graph properties. A (P,Q)-total (r, s)-coloring of a graph G = (V,E) is a coloring of the vertices and edges of G by s-element subsets of Zr such that for each color i, 0 ≤ i ≤ r − 1, the vertices colored by subsets containing i induce a subgraph of G with property P, the edges colored by subsets containing i induce a subgraph of G with property Q, and color sets of incident vertices and edges are disjoint. The fractional...

### Generalizing the Ramsey problem through diameter.

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### Generalized Fractional Total Colorings of Complete Graph

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An additive and hereditary property of graphs is a class of simple graphs which is closed under unions, subgraphs and isomorphism. Let P and Q be two additive and hereditary graph properties and let r, s be integers such that r ≥ s Then an [...] fractional (P,Q)-total coloring of a finite graph G = (V,E) is a mapping f, which assigns an s-element subset of the set {1, 2, . . . , r} to each vertex and each edge, moreover, for any color i all vertices of color i induce a subgraph of property...

### Generalized Fractional and Circular Total Colorings of Graphs

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Let P and Q be additive and hereditary graph properties, r, s ∈ N, r ≥ s, and [ℤr]s be the set of all s-element subsets of ℤr. An (r, s)-fractional (P,Q)-total coloring of G is an assignment h : V (G) ∪ E(G) → [ℤr]s such that for each i ∈ ℤr the following holds: the vertices of G whose color sets contain color i induce a subgraph of G with property P, edges with color sets containing color i induce a subgraph of G with property Q, and the color sets of incident vertices and edges are...

### Generalized Fractional Total Colorings of Graphs

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Let P and Q be additive and hereditary graph properties and let r, s be integers such that r ≥ s. Then an r/s -fractional (P,Q)-total coloring of a finite graph G = (V,E) is a mapping f, which assigns an s-element subset of the set {1, 2, . . . , r} to each vertex and each edge, moreover, for any color i all vertices of color i induce a subgraph with property P, all edges of color i induce a subgraph with property Q and vertices and incident edges have been assigned disjoint sets of...

### Constructive lower bounds on classical multicolor Ramsey numbers.

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### Backbone colorings along stars and matchings in split graphs: their span is close to the chromatic number

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We continue the study on backbone colorings, a variation on classical vertex colorings that was introduced at WG2003. Given a graph G = (V,E) and a spanning subgraph H of G (the backbone of G), a λ-backbone coloring for G and H is a proper vertex coloring V→ {1,2,...} of G in which the colors assigned to adjacent vertices in H differ by at least λ. The algorithmic and combinatorial properties of backbone colorings have been studied for various types of backbones in a number of papers....

### A paintability version of the combinatorial Nullstellensatz, and list colorings of $k$-partite $k$-uniform hypergraphs.

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### Extending Hall's theorem into list colorings: a partial history.

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### Bounds for the b-Chromatic Number of Subgraphs and Edge-Deleted Subgraphs

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A b-coloring of a graph G with k colors is a proper coloring of G using k colors in which each color class contains a color dominating vertex, that is, a vertex which has a neighbor in each of the other color classes. The largest positive integer k for which G has a b-coloring using k colors is the b-chromatic number b(G) of G. In this paper, we obtain bounds for the b- chromatic number of induced subgraphs in terms of the b-chromatic number of the original graph. This turns out to be...

### Coloring with no 2-colored ${P}_{4}$'s.

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### A Tight Bound on the Set Chromatic Number

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We provide a tight bound on the set chromatic number of a graph in terms of its chromatic number. Namely, for all graphs G, we show that χs(G) > ⌈log2 χ(G)⌉ + 1, where χs(G) and χ(G) are the set chromatic number and the chromatic number of G, respectively. This answers in the affirmative a conjecture of Gera, Okamoto, Rasmussen and Zhang.

### On Monochromatic Subgraphs of Edge-Colored Complete Graphs

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In a red-blue coloring of a nonempty graph, every edge is colored red or blue. If the resulting edge-colored graph contains a nonempty subgraph G without isolated vertices every edge of which is colored the same, then G is said to be monochromatic. For two nonempty graphs G and H without isolated vertices, the mono- chromatic Ramsey number mr(G,H) of G and H is the minimum integer n such that every red-blue coloring of Kn results in a monochromatic G or a monochromatic H. Thus, the standard...