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# Tag Archives: Shrikhande graph

## Shrikhande 100

Professor S. S. Shrikhande is 100. I offer him my warmest congratulations and birthday greetings. Among much else in his distinguished career, he was one of the three who showed that a pair of orthogonal Latin squares exists for every … Continue reading

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## A Shrikhande challenge

I discussed here the problem of covering the m-fold complete graph on n vertices with copies of a given graph G. The smallest strongly regular graph for which I don’t know the answer is the Shrikhande graph. I can copy … Continue reading