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Fun with Latin Squares

@inproceedings{Han2021FunWL,
  title={Fun with Latin Squares},
  author={Mi-Hee Han and Tanya Khovanova and Ella Kim and Evin Liang and Miriam Lubashev and Oleg Polin and Vaibhav Rastogi and Benjamin Taycher and Ada Tsui and Cindy Wei},
  year={2021}
}
Do you want to know what an anti-chiece Latin square is? Or what a nonconsecutive toroidal modular Latin square is? We invented a ton of new types of Latin squares, some inspired by existing Sudoku variations. We can’t wait to introduce them to you and answer important questions, such as: do they even exist? If so, under what conditions? What are some of their interesting properties? And how do 

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