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Mathematica and finite geometry

Gordon, Neil

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Contributors

V. Keranen
Editor

P. Mitic
Editor

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.

Citation

Gordon, N. (1995). Mathematica and finite geometry. In V. Keranen, & P. Mitic (Eds.), Mathematics With Vision: Proceedings of the First International Mathematica Symposium, 159 - 166

Conference Name International Mathematica Symposium
Acceptance Date Dec 31, 1995
Publication Date Dec 31, 1995
Journal MATHEMATICS WITH VISION
Pages 159 - 166
Book Title Mathematics With Vision: Proceedings of the First International Mathematica Symposium
ISBN 1562523104
Keywords Computer Algebra; Finite Geometry
Public URL https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/423859