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Elation Generalized Quadrangles of order (q², q)
"... We survey some recent classification theorems for elation generalized quadrangles of order (q², q), q even, with particular emphasis on those involving subquadrangles of order q. ..."
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We survey some recent classification theorems for elation generalized quadrangles of order (q², q), q even, with particular emphasis on those involving subquadrangles of order q.
Note on SpanSymmetric Generalized Quadrangles
 ADVANCES IN GEOMETRY
, 2002
"... We determine all spansymmetric generalized quadrangles of order (s; t) for which t < s. ..."
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We determine all spansymmetric generalized quadrangles of order (s; t) for which t < s.
The classification of generalized quadrangles with two translation points
 BEITRÄGE ALGEBRA GEOM
, 2002
"... Suppose S is a finite generalized quadrangle (GQ) of order (s, t), s �= 1 � = t, and suppose that L is a line of S. A symmetry about L is an automorphism of the GQ which fixes every line of S meeting L (including L). A line is called an axis of symmetry if there is a full group of symmetries of siz ..."
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Suppose S is a finite generalized quadrangle (GQ) of order (s, t), s �= 1 � = t, and suppose that L is a line of S. A symmetry about L is an automorphism of the GQ which fixes every line of S meeting L (including L). A line is called an axis of symmetry if there is a full group of symmetries
Generalized quadrangles weakly embedded in finite projective space
 J. Statist. Plan. Inference
, 1998
"... Abstract We show that every weak embedding of any finite thick generalized quadrangle of order (s, t) in a projective space PG(d, q), q a prime power, is a full embedding in some subspace PG(d, s), where GF(s) is a subfield of GF(q), except in some wellknown cases where we classify these exception ..."
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Abstract We show that every weak embedding of any finite thick generalized quadrangle of order (s, t) in a projective space PG(d, q), q a prime power, is a full embedding in some subspace PG(d, s), where GF(s) is a subfield of GF(q), except in some wellknown cases where we classify
CLASSIFICATION OF ORDER SIXTEEN NONSYMPLECTIC AUTOMORPHISMS ON K3 SURFACES
"... Abstract. In the paper we classify K3 surfaces with nonsymplectic automorphism of order 16 in full generality. We show that the fixed locus contains only rational curves and points and we completely classify the seven possible configurations. If the NéronSeveri group has rank 6, there are two po ..."
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Abstract. In the paper we classify K3 surfaces with nonsymplectic automorphism of order 16 in full generality. We show that the fixed locus contains only rational curves and points and we completely classify the seven possible configurations. If the NéronSeveri group has rank 6, there are two
The prank of the Sp(4,p) Generalized Quadrangle
, 1999
"... . We determine the prank of the pointline incidence matrix of the generalized quadrangle of type Sp(4; p) where p is prime. Keywords: prank, generalized quadrangle 1. Introduction Let P be a finite generalized quadrangle of order s (i.e. with parameters s = t), and let N be a pointline incide ..."
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. We determine the prank of the pointline incidence matrix of the generalized quadrangle of type Sp(4; p) where p is prime. Keywords: prank, generalized quadrangle 1. Introduction Let P be a finite generalized quadrangle of order s (i.e. with parameters s = t), and let N be a point
WITH SIXTEEN DIAGRAMS NEW YORK D. VAN
"... THIS book is an attempt to outline as briefly and succinctly as possible the historical development of chemistry, and is designed more especially for those students whose interest in this aspect of the science is stimulated by the inclusion of " Historical Chemistry " in the syllabus of ex ..."
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) are succeeded by the history of elements and inorganic compounds, treated, as far as possible, according to the Periodic Law, whilst the details of other branches, such as organic and physical chemistry, follow in general the order given in the standard textv books. Many facts, important It in themselves
Bubble Functions Prompt Unusual Stabilized Finite Element Methods
"... A second order linear scalar differential equation including a zeroth order term is approximated using first the standard Galerkin method enriched with bubble functions. Static condensation of the bubbles suggest an unusual stabilized finite element method for which we establish a convergence study ..."
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A second order linear scalar differential equation including a zeroth order term is approximated using first the standard Galerkin method enriched with bubble functions. Static condensation of the bubbles suggest an unusual stabilized finite element method for which we establish a convergence
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