[seqfan] Re: Partitioning the n-cube into sets with mutual distance 1
Neil Sloane
njasloane at gmail.com
Thu Aug 11 04:00:31 CEST 2016
Robert, Thanks for the updates. I created https://oeis.org/A275646 for
the problem. I have also written to Aart Blokhuis about their old paper.
Best regards
Neil
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On Wed, Aug 10, 2016 at 5:39 PM, <israel at math.ubc.ca> wrote:
> For n=6, I get an upper bound of 19 (because a triple can have distance 1
> to at most 18 other subsets), and a lower bound of 18, with e.g.
>
> 1: (011110) (110100) (110101) (111011) 2: (010101) (100110) (101101)
> (110110) 3: (000000) (001101) (010000) (111100) 4: (010100) (101010)
> (111111) 5: (001010) (001111) (100100) (110011) 6: (001100) (101111)
> (111001) 7: (000111) (011101) (101110) (110000) 8: (000011) (010011)
> (011100) (100101) 9: (011011) (100011) (111000) (111101) 10: (001001)
> (100000) (100111) (111110) 11: (010010) (011001) (110111) 12: (000100)
> (000110) (001011) (011010) 13: (000001) (101011) (110010) 14: (000010)
> (011111) (101001) 15: (000101) (001000) (010111) (111010) 16: (001110)
> (010001) (101000) 17: (011000) (100010) (110001) 18: (010110) (100001)
> (101100)
>
> Cheers,
> Robert
>
>
> On Aug 10 2016, israel at math.ubc.ca wrote:
>
> For n=5, I was able to get 11 subsets, e.g.
>>
>> 1: (00011) (11000) (11111) 2: (00010) (00100) (00110) 3: (00000) (10011)
>> (11110) 4: (01010) (10001) (11001) 5: (00101) (01000) 6: (01101) (10000)
>> (10100) 7: (01001) (10010) (10111) 8: (01110) (10101) (11100) 9: (01011)
>> (01100) (11010) 10: (00001) (01111) (10110) 11: (00111) (11011) (11101)
>> This is optimal. With a partition of 32 vertices into more than 10 sets,
>> at least one of the sets has cardinality at most 2. Each vertex has
>> degree 5, so a set of cardinality <= 2 can have distance 1 to at most 10
>> other subsets of the partition.
>>
>> 1,2,3,4,8,11 has 7 hits, none of which look very promising.
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Robert
>>
>>
>> On Aug 10 2016, Neil Sloane wrote:
>>
>> Partition the 2^n vertices of the n-cube into M subsets so that the
>>> Hamming distance between any two subsets is exactly 1. What is the max
>>> value of M?
>>>
>>> According to this paper:
>>>
>>> Blokhuis, A., Metsch, K., Moorhouse, G. E., Ahlswede, R., & Bezrukov, S.
>>> L. (1993). Partitioning the n-cube into sets with mutual distance 1.
>>> Applied mathematics letters, 6(4), 17-19 (If you look on the web, there is
>>> a copy on ResearchGate), for n=0,1,2,3,4 the answers are M = 1,2,3,4,8
>>>
>>> For n=4, here is a solution:
>>> 0000,1111
>>> 1000, 0111
>>> 0100, 1010
>>> 0010, 1001
>>> 0001, 1100,
>>> 0011, 1110
>>> 0110, 1101
>>> 0101, 1011
>>>
>>> There are 169 sequences in the OEIS that match 12348, and the server is
>>> too slow to check them all.
>>>
>>> Can anyone find a couple more terms?
>>>
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