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# Tag Archives: loops

## A niggling problem

Preparing my talk for the Research Day, I was reminded of a problem I can’t solve, that has niggled me for many years. Maybe someone else can solve it, or maybe I will be encouraged to do it myself. Here … Continue reading

Posted in open problems
Tagged almost all quasigroups, Latin squares, loops, multiplication groups, quasigroups
3 Comments

## The definition of a graph, 2

A few years ago, three consecutive speakers in the pure maths seminar at Queen Mary gave three entirely different definitions of a graph. The next speaker to appear was talking on a topic completely unconnected with graphs, but someone in … Continue reading

Posted in exposition
Tagged block design, category, digraph, directed graph, hypergraph, incidence structure, loops, multiple edges, topological space, universal algebra
8 Comments

## 35ACCMCC at Monash

I’ve just spent a week at the 35th Australasian Conference on Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing at Monash University in Clayton, a suburb of Melbourne. The conference happened to coincide with a research visit to Monash, about which I will … Continue reading

Posted in events
Tagged CFSG, crimson rosellas, Gray codes, kookaburras, loops, sulphur-crested cockatoos
11 Comments