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The theory and application of latin bitrades: a survey

In: Mathematica Slovaca, vol. 58, no. 6
Nikolas J. Cavenaugh

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Year, pages: 2008, 691 - 718
Keywords:
latin square, latin bitrade, latin trade, critical set, random latin square, bachelor latin square
About article:
A latin bitrade is a pair of partial latin squares which are disjoint, occupy the same set of non-empty cells, and whose corresponding rows and columns contain the same sets of symbols. This survey paper summarizes the theory of latin bitrades, detailing their applications to critical sets, random latin squares and existence constructions for latin squares.
How to cite:
ISO 690:
Cavenaugh, N. 2008. The theory and application of latin bitrades: a survey. In Mathematica Slovaca, vol. 58, no.6, pp. 691-718. 0139-9918.

APA:
Cavenaugh, N. (2008). The theory and application of latin bitrades: a survey. Mathematica Slovaca, 58(6), 691-718. 0139-9918.