New results for Z-cyclic generalized whist tournaments and Z-cyclic generalized whist frames
Mathematicians began studying the generalized whist tournament in the late 1990's. As with traditional whist tournaments (that is, whist tournaments with 4 players per game), many specializations can be examined. In this study, such specializations as Z-cyclic generalized whist tournaments, directed generalized whist tournaments, and generalized whist tournaments possessing the Moore property are considered. Additionally, several new infinite families of Z-cyclic generalized whist tournaments are established for the cases (t, k) = (2, 6), (2, 8) and (4, 8). ^
Brian J Travers,
"New results for Z-cyclic generalized whist tournaments and Z-cyclic generalized whist frames"
Dissertations and Master's Theses (Campus Access).