@inproceedings { ,
title = {Mathematica and finite geometry},
abstract = {We describe the use of Mathematica in the investigation of some aspects of finite geometry, in particular we look at an example of finding a single polynomial function corresponding to a set of polynomial functions, and an example of finding the PGL(V) orbit structure f (projective) point sets for some low dimensional projective spaces.},
conference = {International Mathematica Symposium},
isbn = {1562523104},
journal = {MATHEMATICS WITH VISION},
note = {Batch 007. Output ID 42076.},
pages = {159 - 166},
publicationstatus = {Published},
url = {https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/423859},
keyword = {Computer Algebra, Finite Geometry},
year = {1995},
author = {Gordon, Neil}
editor = {Keranen, V. and Mitic, P.}
}