What is the 7th term of https://oeis.org/A264603? A264603 Number of structurally distinct Latin squares of order n. “Structurally distinct” means that the squares cannot be made identical by means of rotation, reflection, and/or permutation of the symbols.

Problem definition; There are N input sets, of sizes $S_1, S_2, … ,S_N$. eg; 4 sets – (1a,2a,3a,4a,5a), (1b,2b,3b,4b), (1c,2c,3c), (1d,2d,3d) A combination is made by selecting one item from each input set. eg; [1a, 1b, 1c, 1d] Rule: No chosen combination may have more than one item in common with any other. eg if […]

Can any $9\times 9$ – Latin Square be transformed into a sudoku by just exchanging rows and columns (it is allowed to mix row- and column-exchanges arbitarily and there is no limit for the number of the exchanges) ?

There are several ways of describing this result: Theorem: For $k \in \{1,2,\ldots,n\}$, any $k$-regular subgraph of $K_{n,n}$ has a perfect matching (also known as a $1$-factor). I tend to think of it as: Theorem: For, $k \in \{0,1,\ldots,n-1\}$, any $k \times n$ Latin rectangle extends to a $(k+1) \times n$ Latin rectangle. The only […]

I’m looking for algorithms to generate randomized instances of Latin squares. I found only one paper: M. T. Jacobson and P. Matthews, Generating uniformly distributed random Latin squares, J. Combinatorial Design 4 (1996), 405-437 Is there any other method known which generates truly random instances not just isomorphic instances of other instances?

How many ways is there to color an $n\times n$ square grid with $n$ colors such that each column and each row contains exactly one $1\times 1$ square of each color? And how many ways if the same is required of the two diagonals?

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