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Determination of Steiner triple systems of order $ 15$

Authors: Marshall Hall and J. D. Swift
Journal: Math. Comp. 9 (1955), 146-152
MSC: Primary 20.0X
MathSciNet review: 0080104
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  • [1] It has been known since 1859 that this necessary condition is also sufficient for the existence of a Steiner triple system. M. Reiss, ``Ueber eine Steinersche combinatorische Aufgabe,'' J. Reine Angew. Math., v. 56, 1859, p. 326-344.
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