## Ars Combinatoria, Volume 26Department of Combinatorics and Optimization, University of Waterloo., 1988 - Combinatorial Analysis |

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magnitude 1 , that conform to K. For example, suppose that K(e) > 0 for each

edge e. The flow K defines an orientation of G. Moreover, each

magnitude 1 ...

Every

**integer flow**K of magnitude m is a sum of m**integer flows**, each ofmagnitude 1 , that conform to K. For example, suppose that K(e) > 0 for each

edge e. The flow K defines an orientation of G. Moreover, each

**integer flow**ofmagnitude 1 ...

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### Contents

Aldred R E Dept of Mathematics University of Otago P O Box 56 Dunedin | 6 |

Maximal qary Codes and Plotkins Bound | 37 |

Partitioning Sets of Triples into Designs by MJ Sharry and A P Street | 51 |

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