# A generalization of plexes of Latin squares

@article{Pula2011AGO,
title={A generalization of plexes of Latin squares},
author={Kyle Pula},
journal={Discret. Math.},
year={2011},
volume={311},
pages={577-581}
}
• Kyle Pula
• Published 1 August 2010
• Mathematics
• Discret. Math.
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