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By C. J. Colbourn

The scope of the amount comprises all algorithmic and computational features of study on combinatorial designs. Algorithmic points contain iteration, isomorphism and research thoughts - either heuristic tools utilized in perform, and the computational complexity of those operations. The scope inside layout idea contains all elements of block designs, Latin squares and their editions, pairwise balanced designs and projective planes and comparable geometries.

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Eades 50 Some of these algorithms have "minimal change" properties, that is, successively generated subsets differ from each other by a small amount. To describe these properties we need to consider the data structures used to represent subsets. ,n . A k-subset S of an n-set can be represented as a 6itwctor (61, 62, ... ,6,), where 6, is 1 if z is in S and 0 if z is not in S. Alternatively, if S={aI, 82, ... ,ak} where 81 < 82 < ... >8 k ) - (Aside : AU the algorithms above can be implemented using either data structure.

If the processing is significantly faster with SMCP, then EMIC should be used. Also, if the processing time dominates generation time, then a minor speedup from SMCP may justify EMK. The problem of finding a fast algorithm which has VSMCP is open. Finally we note that LEX is surprisingly fast. The simplicity of this algorithm (it requires no clever stack implementation), makes it attractive. 17 495 539 313 n=8 458 770 1058 794 434 n=9 585 1133 1893 1733 1245 533 n=10 728 1596 3152 3408 3080 1680 680 n=12 1062 2850 7454 10508 13574 10734 7166 4902 1602 k=2 k=3 k=4 k=5 k=O k=7 k=8 k=9 k=1O I - I I I Figure 2b.

1. Introduction In this note the results of tests of algorithms for generating all subsets of size k of a set of size n (sometimes called combinations) are reported. We are concerned with testing the upced of the aigorithms. No complexity analysis is applied; we are merely reporting the results of some tests. There are eight such algorithms known to the authors. BER: From [l]. Wc tested the optimized version of the algorithm, described in IS] (page 186). CHASE: From [3]. EMK: From IS]. An optimized version (from B.

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