Golovach, P.A. and Paulusma, Daniel and Song, J. (2013) '4-Coloring H-free graphs when H is small.', Discrete applied mathematics., 161 (1-2). pp. 140-150.
The kk-Coloring problem is to test whether a graph can be colored with at most kk colors such that no two adjacent vertices receive the same color. If a graph GG does not contain a graph HH as an induced subgraph, then GG is called HH-free. For any fixed graph HH on at most six vertices, it is known that 33-Coloring is polynomial-time solvable on HH-free graphs whenever HH is a linear forest, and NP-complete otherwise. By solving the missing case P2+P3P2+P3, we prove the same result for 44-Coloring provided that HH is a fixed graph on at most five vertices.
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