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Choosability of planar graphs. (English) Zbl 0852.05048
We say the graph \(G= (V, E)\) is \(k\)-choosable if there is at least one \(L\)-list colouring for every possible list assignment \(L\) with \(|L(v)|= k\) for all \(v\in V\). \(G\) is called free \(k\)-choosable if such an \(L\)-list colouring exists for every list assignment \(L\), every vertex \(v\) and every colour \(f\in L(v)\). It is shown that the following conjectures are equivalent: every planar graph is 5-choosable (free 5-choosable).

MSC:
05C15 Coloring of graphs and hypergraphs
05C10 Planar graphs; geometric and topological aspects of graph theory
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