Diagonally Cyclic Latin Squares
A latin square of order n possessing a cyclic automorphism of order n is said to be diagonally cyclic because its entries occur in cyclic order down each broken diagonal. More generally, we consider squares possessing any cyclic automorphism. Such squares will be named after Parker, in recognition of his seminal contribution to the study of orthogonal latin squares. Our primary aim is to survey the multitude of applications of Parker squares and to collect the basic results on them together in...[Show more]
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