Journal of Group Theory
Editor-in-Chief: Parker, Christopher W. / Wilson, John S.
Managing Editor: Khukhro, Evgenii I. / Kramer, Linus
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On the single-orbit conjecture for uncoverings-by-bases
Let G be a permutation group acting on a finite set Ω. An uncovering-by-bases (or UBB) for G is a set of bases for G such that any r-subset of Ω is disjoint from at least one base in , where , for d the minimum degree of G. The single-orbit conjecture asserts that for any finite permutation group G, there exists a UBB for G contained in a single orbit of G on its irredundant bases. We prove a case of this conjecture, for when G is k-transitive and has a base of size k + 1. Furthermore, in the more restricted case when G is primitive and has a base of size 2, we show how to construct a UBB of minimum possible size.