Fakultät für Mathematik | Tim Schulze

minimal logarithmic signatures

Let G be a finite Group. A logarithmic signature for G is a cover for G , so that every Element of G has a unique factorization. We call a logarithmic signature minimal logarithmic signature (MLS), if its length is minimal.

A short Introducion to MLS and a first method to construct MLS for a certain kind of group, is available here:
minimal logarithmic signatures - method of double coset decomposition (lecture in german)

A first application of Theorem 17 can be found here:
Minimale Logarithmische Signaturen einfacher Gruppen