The Journal of
Combinatorial Designs has some information including its contents back
to volume 1.
- The Handbook
of Combinatorial Designs has a website that lists new
results in design theory that have been discovered since publication
of this excellent volume.
- Designs, Codes and Cryptography has a site with its
table of contents.
http://mathworld.wolfram.com/topics/Designs.html, you can find
definitions and a short discussion of many of the important
concepts and objects on design theory.
http://www.utu.fi/~honkala/designs.ps, Ian Anderson and Iiro
Honkala have placed notes for a "Short Course in Combinatorial Designs
(about 40 pages, 272K, in postscript).
- I found lots of good design theory links (including a link to
this page) at the
Design Theory Page at Queen Mary College.
- DesignTheory.org is
funded by the UK government provide various resources for Design
Theory through the Internet.
Designs Archive at Statlib has some very useful programs for
making orthogonal arrays
The Infography about Symmetric Designs in Combinatorics
- Neil Sloane at AT&T has a big collection of examples for
orthogonal arrays and also for
Hadamard matrices. He also maintains a web page for GOSSET: A
general purpose program for designing experiments.
- The Guide To Available
Mathematical Software at the National Institute of Science and
Technology is a cross-index and virtual repository of mathematical and
statistical software components of use in computational science and
is a great program for finding t-designs.
- The La Jolla
Covering Repository contains coverings C(v,k,t) with v<=32, k<=16,
t<=8, and less than 5,000 blocks.
The Netlib Repository contains a
collection of mathematical software, papers, and databases.
combinatorial catalogues contain lists of designs, graphs, etc.
- Listings of small latin squares can be found on Brenden McKay's
- The Annals of Combinatorics (Springer) is building up a web site:
which is called the Combinatorics Net, this site is also intended to
serve the general combinatorics community.
The Open Directory Project links to design theory pages.
- A general list of math sites (listing the Handbook :) can be found at
Math Resources -
directory of Math related websites.
- Kishore Sinha's web site
contains updated group
divisible designs and partially balanced design tables from
Clatworthy(1973). In addition there is a nice bibliography.
- A listing of association schemes on a small number of vertices as well
as other information on association schemes can be found at