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Does anyone know where to publish a Sudoku research paper?

- Drjsguo
**Posts:**24**Joined:**23 October 2006

Never mind.

I finally decided to just publish them on my own web site. Hope interesting party can go there and have a look.

www.chinasudoku.com

I finally decided to just publish them on my own web site. Hope interesting party can go there and have a look.

www.chinasudoku.com

- Drjsguo
**Posts:**24**Joined:**23 October 2006

I would say that here is as good as anywhere.

"The Sudoku's Maths" thread was a very long, complicated thread which spun on for months and so i suppose you could post something there.

Alternatively why not post it on Wikipedia where several of our regulars have turned to to post research.

"The Sudoku's Maths" thread was a very long, complicated thread which spun on for months and so i suppose you could post something there.

Alternatively why not post it on Wikipedia where several of our regulars have turned to to post research.

- Pi
**Posts:**389**Joined:**27 May 2005

There have been several papers on Latin Squares, the generalization of sudoku, published in the British Mathematical Association's organ The Mathematical Gazette. An alternative would be the American Mathematical Society's journal, American Mathematical Monthly. However the BMA tends to cover a lot of papers on group theory, which is pertinent to sudoku. The articles on Latin Squares in the BMA discuss critical sets - the minimum number of knowns to define a unique solution and also whether there is a stepwise deductive soultion to the critical set.

Richard

Richard

- richardm
**Posts:**53**Joined:**27 December 2006

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