On uniformly resolvable {K1,2, K1,3}-designs

Giovanni Lo Faro, Salvatore Milici, Antoinette Tripodi


Given a collection of graphs H, a uniformly resolvable H-design of order v is a decomposition of the edges of Kinto isomorphic copies of graphs from H (also called blocks) in such a way that all blocks in a given parallel class are isomorphic to the same graph from H. We consider the case H={K1,2K1,3} and prove that the necessary conditions on the existence of such designs are also sufficient.


Resolvable Graph Decomposition; Uniformly Resolvable Designs; Stars

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1478/AAPP.96S2A9

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