Characterization of forbidden subgraphs for bounded star chromatic number

@article{Choi2019CharacterizationOF,
  title={Characterization of forbidden subgraphs for bounded star chromatic number},
  author={Ilkyoo Choi and Ringi Kim and Boram Park},
  journal={Discret. Math.},
  year={2019},
  volume={342},
  pages={635-642}
}

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Ramsey-type problems on induced covers and induced partitions toward the Gy\'{a}rf\'{a}s-Sumner conjecture
Gy´arf´as and Sumner independently conjectured that for every tree T , there exists a function f T : N → N such that every T -free graph G satisfies χ ( G ) ≤ f T ( ω ( G )), where χ ( G ) and ω ( G )

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