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"... This is the published version (version of record) of: Bennett, P. N. and Oppermann, W. 200603, Are nurses the key to the increased uptake of frequent nocturnal home haemodialysis in Australia?, Renal Society of Australasia journal, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 2229. Zealand dialysis workforce, Renal Society ..."
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This is the published version (version of record) of: Bennett, P. N. and Oppermann, W. 200603, Are nurses the key to the increased uptake of frequent nocturnal home haemodialysis in Australia?, Renal Society of Australasia journal, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 2229. Zealand dialysis workforce, Renal Society of Australasia, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 147151.
Threeline chromatic indices of Steiner triple systems
"... There are five possible structures for a set of three lines of a Steiner triple system. Each of these threeline "configurations " gives rise to a colouring problem in which a partition of all the lines of an STS ( v) is sought, the components of the partition each having the property of n ..."
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There are five possible structures for a set of three lines of a Steiner triple system. Each of these threeline "configurations " gives rise to a colouring problem in which a partition of all the lines of an STS ( v) is sought, the components of the partition each having the property of not containing any copy of the configuration in question. For a threeline configuration B, and STS ( v) S, the minimum number of classes required is denoted by X(B, S) and is called the Bchromatic index of S. This generalises the ordinary chromatic index X'(S) and the 2parallel chromatic index X " (S). (For the latter see [7].) In this paper we obtain results concerning X(B, v) = min{x(B, S) : S is an STS(v)} for four of the five threeline configurations B. In three of the cases we give precise values for all sufficiently large v and in the fourth case we give an asymptotic result. The values of the four chromatic indices for v::; 13 are also determined. 1 Introduction.