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Does anyone know where I get a copy of the Vizing's classic article about List Coloring?

"V. G. Vizing, Coloring the vertices of a graph in prescribed colors, Metody Diskret. Anal. v Teorii Kodov i Schem, 29, 3-10, 1976. (In Russian)."

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intedr-library loan? – Anthony Quas Oct 19 '12 at 23:36
    
The underlying question has been answered before: mathoverflow.net/questions/75238/how-to-locate-an-obscure-paper. Apart from the interlibrary loan, some of the best options might be to email Vizing directly (his email can be found here: mathnet.ru/php/…) or to email some of the authors of at least 119 papers that cite him and ask for a copy: ams.org/mathscinet/search/publications.html?refcit=498216). – Dmitri Pavlov Oct 20 '12 at 15:38
    
Unfortunately, I've tried all ways you posted, and I didn't get any success. Finally, I sent an email to the author a few day ago, but he has not answered me. I'll wait a while longer, and then I will try interlibrary loan. Thanks. – Flavio Oct 26 '12 at 22:20

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