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Combinatorial representations

It is nice when several things that I care about come together. That is the story I have to tell here. Some history In April 2008, I visited New Zealand as the Forder Lecturer, a collaborative venture of the London … Continue reading

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Orthogonal Latin squares

Suppose that we have a set of nk “cells”. Earlier in this sequence of posts, I said that a partition into n sets of k and another partition into k sets of n are orthogonal if any part of the … Continue reading

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