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{\bf James G. Lefevre and Thomas A. McCourt}
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{\bf The Disjoint $m$-Flower Intersection Problem for Latin Squares}
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An $m$-flower in a latin square is a set of $m$ entries which share
either a common row, a common column, or a common symbol, but which
are otherwise distinct. Two $m$-flowers are disjoint if they share no
common row, column or entry. In this paper we give a solution of the
intersection problem for disjoint $m$-flowers in latin squares; that
is, we determine precisely for which triples $(n,m,x)$ there exists a
pair of latin squares of order $n$ whose intersection consists exactly
of $x$ disjoint $m$-flowers.
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