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- Latin,
- Squares,
- Transversal,
- Orthogonal,
- Entries,
- Cayley,
- Column,
- Abelian,
- Partial,
- Entry,
- Derived,
- Nite

A class of latin squares derived from nite abelian groups

- Page 2 and 3: AbstractWe consider latin squares o
- Page 4 and 5: Extending the Cayley table of Z 6 .
- Page 6 and 7: Extending the Cayley table of Z 6 .
- Page 8 and 9: Extending the Cayley table of Z 6 .
- Page 10 and 11: The general construction.G = {g 0 ,
- Page 12 and 13: The general construction.G = {g 0 ,
- Page 14 and 15: The general construction.G = {g 0 ,
- Page 16 and 17: Characterizing θ and w.Define η b
- Page 18 and 19: A transversal in Ext(Z 6 ; a)⎛⎜
- Page 20 and 21: A transversal in Ext(Z 6 ; a)⎛⎜
- Page 22 and 23: Deviations and the ∆- lemma.Let L
- Page 24 and 25: Orthogonal latin squares.A pair of
- Page 26 and 27: Orthogonality and transversals.A pa
- Page 28 and 29: Some new classes of confirmed bache
- Page 30 and 31: Some new classes of confirmed bache
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- Page 34 and 35: Proof by example.⎛Ext(Z 7 ; a) =
- Page 36 and 37: Proof by example.⎛Ext(Z 7 ; a) =
- Page 38 and 39: Proof by example.⎛Ext(Z 7 ; a) =
- Page 40 and 41: Proof by example.⎛Ext(Z 7 ; a) =
- Page 42 and 43: Some bachelor/monogamous squares?De
- Page 44 and 45: Some bachelor/monogamous squares?De
- Page 46 and 47: Some partial transversals.⎛⎜⎝
- Page 48 and 49: Some partial transversals.⎛⎜⎝
- Page 50 and 51: Some partial transversals.⎛⎜⎝
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Some more partial transversals.⎛0

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An example: Ext(Z 4 ; a)⎛⎜⎝0

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An example: Ext(Z 4 ; a)⎛⎜⎝0

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An example: Ext(Z 6 ; a)⎛⎜⎝0

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An example: Ext(Z 8 ; a)⎛⎜⎝0

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A generalization.⎛Ext(G; a 1 , .