Some new results on small blocking semiovals

A blocking semioval S in a projective plane of order q is a set of points such that every line meets S in at least one point (the blocking property), and every point of S lies on a unique tangent line (the semioval property). The set of points on the sides of a triangle, excluding the vertices, is a blocking semioval in any projective plane of order q > 2… CONTINUE READING