Tag Archives: diagonal groups

Southeastern!

I was privileged to be able to attend, to give its full title, the 53rd Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing, in Boca Raton, Florida. Does any other conference in the area have such a long and … Continue reading

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The geometry of diagonal groups

This is an interim report on ongoing work with Rosemary Bailey, Cheryl Praeger and Csaba Schneider. We have reached a point where we have a nice theorem, even though there is still a lot more to do before the project … Continue reading

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The Hall–Paige conjecture

A Latin square of ordern is an n×n array of symbols from an alphabet of size n with the property that each symbol in the alphabet occurs once in each row or column. Two Latin squares L and M are … Continue reading

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Groups, geometries and representations

Here, more than a week late, are comments on the conference formally titled “Groups, Geometries and Representations, Oxford 2018”, actually a birthday conference for Dan Segal and Aner Shalev. I stayed in Balliol College’s new Jowett Walk Building, just around … Continue reading

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