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A coloring of a Steiner triple system is equitable if the cardinalities of the color classes differ by at most one. It is shown that, with the possible exceptions of, there exists for all v#1, 3 (mod 6) and v15, a 3-chromatic Steiner triple system of order v all of whose 3-colorings are equitable. 1997 Academic Press

Hill [6] showed that the largest cap in PG(5, 3) has cardinality 56. Using this cap it is easy to construct a cap of cardinality 45 in AG(5, 3). Here we show that the size of a cap in AG(5, 3) is bounded above by 48. We also give an example of three disjoint 45-caps in AG(5, 3). Using these two results we are able to prove that the Steiner triple system… (More)

- Jean Fugère, Lucien Haddad, David Wehlau
- 1994

We show that, up to an automorphism, there is a unique independent set in PG(5,2) that meet every hyperplane in 4 points or more. Using this result, we show that PG(5,2) is a 5-chromatic STS. Moreover, we construct a 5-chromatic STS(v) for every admissible v ≥ 127.

- Aiden A Bruen, Lucien Haddad, David L Wehlau, D L Wehlau
- 1998

The connection between maximal caps (sometimes called complete caps) and certain binary codes called quasi-perfect codes is described. We provide a geometric approach to the foundational work of Davydov and Tombak who have obtained the exact possible sizes of large maximal caps. A new self-contained proof of the existence and the structure of the largest… (More)