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Dr Kathleen Quinn

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Research groups

NameTypeParent Unit
Pure Maths: Combinatorics Research GroupGroupFaculty of Mathematics, Computing and Technology

Publications

Smallest defining sets of directed triple systems (2009)
Grannell, M. J.; Griggs, T. S. and Quinn, K. A. S.
Discrete Mathematics, 309(14) (pp. 4810-4818)


Existence and embeddings of partial Steiner triple systems of order ten with cubic leaves (2004-07-06)
Bryant, Darryn; Maenhaut, Barbara; Quinn, Kathleen and Webb, Bridget S.
Discrete Mathematics, 284(1-3) (pp. 83-95)


More on exact bicoverings of 12 points (2003)
Grannell, M. J.; Griggs, T. S.; Maenhaut, B. M.; Quinn, K. A. S. and Stanton, R. G.
Ars Combinatoria, 69 (pp. 197-213)


On exact bicoverings of 12 points (2000-04)
Allston, J. L.; Grannell, M. J.; Griggs, T. S.; Quinn, K. A. S. and Stanton, R. G.
Ars Combinatoria, 55 (pp. 147-159)


Triple systems with tripoints (2000)
Grannell, M. J.; Griggs, T. S.; Quinn, K. A. S. and Stanton, R. G.
Utilitas Mathematica, 57, (pp. 97-108)


Proper edge-colourings of complete graphs (2000)
Grannell, M. J.; Griggs, T. S.; Kocay, W. L.; Quinn, K. A. S. and Stanton, R. G.
Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing, 33, (pp. 103-116)


Non-isomorphic solutions for some triple systems with bipoints (2000)
Grannell, M. J.; Griggs, T. S.; Quinn, K. A. S. and Stanton, R. G.
Utilitas Mathematica, 57, (pp. 97-108)


All admissible $3$-$(v, 4, \lambda)$ directed designs exist (2000)
Grannell, M. J.; Griggs, T S. and Quinn, K. A. S.
Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing, 35, (pp. 65-70)


On directed designs with block size five (2000)
Bowler, Andrew; Grannell, Mike; Griggs, Terry S. and Quinn, Kathleen A. S.
Journal of Geometry, 67(1-2) (pp. 50-60)