Sharp concentration of the chromatic number on random graphsG n, p
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The distribution of the chromatic number on random graphsG n, p is quite sharply concentrated. For fixedp it concentrates almost surely in √n ω(n) consecutive integers where ω(n) approaches infinity arbitrarily slowly. If the average degreepn is less thann 1/6, it concentrates almost surely in five consecutive integers. Large deviation estimates for martingales are used in the proof.
AMS subject classification (1980)05 C 15 60 C 05
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