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Part of the Frontiers in Mathematics book series (FM). Symmetry-Class I: Generalized Quadrangles without Axes of Symmetry.

Part of the Frontiers in Mathematics book series (FM). Chapters Table of contents (16 chapters). About About this book. Symmetry-Class II: Concurrent Axes of Symmetry in Generalized Quadrangles. Symmetry-Class ≥ III: Span-Symmetric Generalized Quadrangles. Generalized Quadrangles with Distinct Translation Points. In this monograph finite generalized quadrangles are classified by symmetry, generalizing the celebrated Lenz-Barlotti classification for projective planes.

In this monograph finite generalized quadrangles are classified by symmetry, generalizing the celebrated Lenz-Barlotti .

In this monograph finite generalized quadrangles are classified by symmetry, generalizing the celebrated Lenz-Barlotti classification for projective planes. The book is self-contained and serves as introduction to the combinatorial, geometrical and group-theoretical concepts that arise in the classification and in the general theory of finite generalized quadrangles, inclu In this monograph finite generalized quadrangles are classified by symmetry, generalizing the celebrated Lenz-Barlotti classification for projective planes.

Symmetry in Finite Generalized Quadrangles, Frontiers in Mathematics . Infinite generalized quadrangles admitting abelian Singer groups, appr. 10 pp. (In preparation) NEW.

Symmetry in Finite Generalized Quadrangles, Frontiers in Mathematics 1, Birkhauser Verlag, Basel-Boston-Berlin, 2004. J. A. Thas, K. Thas and H. Van Maldeghem.

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Group Theory Mathematics Books. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Report incorrect product info or prohibited items. Symmetry in Finite Generalized Quadrangles. Frontiers in Mathematics. Birkhauser, Birkhauser Basel.

Symmetry Class II: Span-Symmetric Generalized Quadrangles. 8. 9. The Classification Theorem.

In geometry, a generalized quadrangle is an incidence structure whose main feature is the lack of any triangles (yet containing many quadrangles)

In geometry, a generalized quadrangle is an incidence structure whose main feature is the lack of any triangles (yet containing many quadrangles). A generalized quadrangle is by definition a polar space of rank two. They are the generalized n-gons with n 4 and near 2n-gons with n 2. They are also precisely the partial geometries pg(s,t,α) with α 1. A generalized quadrangle is an incidence structure (P,B,I), with I ⊆ P B an incidence relation, satisfying certain axioms

Symmetry in finite generalized quadrangles.

Symmetry in finite generalized quadrangles. Birkhäuser Verlag, Basel, 2004. xxii+214 pp. ISBN 3-7643-6158-1.

cle{Thas2003SymmetryIG, title {Symmetry in Generalized Quadrangles}, author {Koen Thas} . Some new points of view are given

cle{Thas2003SymmetryIG, title {Symmetry in Generalized Quadrangles}, author {Koen Thas}, journal {Designs, Codes and Cryptography}, year {2003}, volume {29}, pages {227-245} }. Koen Thas. Some new points of view are given.

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