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Improved lower bound for the list chromatic number of graphs with no $K_t$ minor

@inproceedings{Steiner2021ImprovedLB,
  title={Improved lower bound for the list chromatic number of graphs with no \$K\_t\$ minor},
  author={Raphael Steiner},
  year={2021}
}
Hadwiger’s conjecture asserts that every graph without a Kt-minor is (t − 1)colorable. It is known that the exact version of Hadwiger’s conjecture does not extend to list coloring, but it has been conjectured by Kawarabayashi and Mohar (2007) that there exists a constant c such that every graph with no Kt-minor has list chromatic number at most ct. More specifically, they also conjectured that this holds for c = 3 2 . Refuting the latter conjecture, we show that the maximum list chromatic… 

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