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Self-Orthogonal Latin Squares
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The other day I wrote about orthogonal Latin squares. Two Latin squares are orthogonal if the list of pairs of corresponding elements in the two squares contains no repeats. A self-orthogonal Latin square (SOLS) is a Latin square that is orthogonal to its transpose. Here’s an example of a self-orthogonal Latin square: 1 7 6 […] The post Self-Orthogonal Latin Squares first appeared on John D. Cook.
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