Oluwaseun. A. Alawode and Timothy. A. Bamiduro and Adekunle. A. Eludire
Some (v 1, b r λ 1, r λ 1, k, λ 1) Balanced Incomplete Block Designs (BIBDs) from Lotto Designs (LDs)
1194 - 1197
2012
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International Journal of Mathematical and Computational Sciences
https://publications.waset.org/pdf/155
https://publications.waset.org/vol/68
World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology
The paper considered the construction of BIBDs using potential Lotto Designs (LDs) earlier derived from qualifying parent BIBDs. The study utilized Li&rsquo;s condition pr t&minus;1 ( t&minus;1 2 ) pr&minus; pr t&minus;1 (t&minus;1) 2 &lt; ( p 2 ) &lambda;, to determine the qualification of a parent BIBD (v, b, r, k, &lambda;) as LD (n, k, p, t) constrained on v &ge; k, v &ge; p, t &le; mink, p and then considered the case k t since t is the smallest number of tickets that can guarantee a win in a lottery. The (15, 140, 28, 3, 4) and (7, 7, 3, 3, 1) BIBDs were selected as parent BIBDs to illustrate the procedure. These BIBDs yielded three potential LDs each. Each of the LDs was completely generated and their properties studied. The three LDs from the (15, 140, 28, 3, 4) produced (9, 84, 28, 3, 7), (10, 120, 36, 3, 8) and (11, 165, 45, 3, 9) BIBDs while those from the (7, 7, 3, 3, 1) produced the (5, 10, 6, 3, 3), (6, 20, 10, 3, 4) and (7, 35, 15, 3, 5) BIBDs. The produced BIBDs follow the generalization (v 1, b r &lambda; 1, r &lambda;1, k, &lambda;1) where (v, b, r, k, &lambda;) are the parameters of the (9, 84, 28, 3, 7) and (5, 10, 6, 3, 3) BIBDs. All the BIBDs produced are unreduced designs.
Open Science Index 68, 2012