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We derive necessary and sufficient conditions for there to exist a latin square of order $n$ containing two subsquares of order $a$ and $b$ that intersect in a subsquare of order $c$. We also solve the case of two disjoint subsquares. We use these results to show that: (a) A latin square of order $n$ cannot have more than $\frac nm{n \choose h}/{m\choose h}$ subsquares of order $m$, where $h=\lceil(m+1)/2\rceil$. Indeed, the number of subsquares of order $m$ is bounded by a polynomial of degr...
Suppose that all groups of order $n$ are defined on the same set $G$ of cardinality $n$, and let the \emph{distance} of two groups of order $n$ be the number of pairs $(a,b)\in G\times G$ where the two group operations differ. Given a group $G(\circ)$ of order $n$, we find all groups of order $n$, up to isomorphism, that are closest to $G(\circ)$.
We investigate retransmission permutation arrays (RPAs) that are motivated by applications in overlapping channel transmissions. An RPA is an $n\times n$ array in which each row is a permutation of ${1, ..., n}$, and for $1\leq i\leq n$, all $n$ symbols occur in each $i\times\lceil\frac{n}{i}\rceil$ rectangle in specified corners of the array. The array has types 1, 2, 3 and 4 if the stated property holds in the top left, top right, bottom left and bottom right corners, respectively. It is ca...
An autotopism of a Latin square is a triple $(\alpha,\beta,\gamma)$ of permutations such that the Latin square is mapped to itself by permuting its rows by $\alpha$, columns by $\beta$, and symbols by $\gamma$. Let $\mathrm{Atp}(n)$ be the set of all autotopisms of Latin squares of order $n$. Whether a triple $(\alpha,\beta,\gamma)$ of permutations belongs to $\mathrm{Atp}(n)$ depends only on the cycle structures of $\alpha$, $\beta$ and $\gamma$. We establish a number of necessary conditions...
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