In this paper we examine the resolvability of infinite designs. We show that in stark contrast to the finite case, resolvability for infinite designs is fairly commonplace. We prove that every t-(v, k,Λ) design with t finite, v infinite and k, λ < v is resolvable and, in fact, has α orthogonal resolutions for each α < v. We also show that, while a t-(v, k… (More)
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