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The chromatic polynomial A given graph G has many different proper vertex colourings α : VG → [1, k] for sufficiently large natural numbers k. 5 to be certain on this point. D EFINITION . The chromatic polynomial of G is the function χ G : N → N, where χ G (k) = |{α | α : VG → [1, k] a proper colouring}| . 3 Vertex colourings 58 This notion was introduced by B IRKHOFF (1912), B IRKHOFF AND L EWIS (1946), to attack the famous 4-Colour Theorem, but its applications have turned out to be elsewhere.

Gk of graphs such that G0 = G and Gi+1 = Gi + uv , where u and v are any vertices such that uv ∈ / Gi and dGi (u) + dGi (v) ≥ νG . This procedure stops when no new edges can be added to Gk for some k, that is, in Gk , for all u, v ∈ G either uv ∈ Gk or dGk (u) + dGk (v) < νG . The result of this procedure is the closure of G, and it is denoted by cl ( G ) (= Gk ) . In each step of the construction of cl ( G ) there are usually alternatives which edge uv is to be added to the graph, and therefore the above procedure is not deterministic.

Er } and H ′ = G + { f 1 , . . , f s } , where the edges are added in the given orders. Let Hi = G + {e1 , . . , ei } and Hi′ = G + { f 1 , . . , f i }. For the initial values, we have G = H0 = H0′ . Let ek = uv be the first edge such that ek = f i for all i. Then d Hk −1 (u) + d Hk −1 (v) ≥ n, since ek ∈ Hk , but ek ∈ / Hk−1 . By the choice of ek , we have Hk−1 ⊆ H ′ , and thus also d H ′ (u) + d H ′ (v) ≥ n, which means that e = uv must be in H ′ ; a contradiction. Therefore H ⊆ H ′ . Symmetrically, we deduce that H ′ ⊆ H, and hence H ′ = H.