A constructive recognition algorithm for normalisers of small extra-special groups as matrix groups

Alice Niemeyer

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    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationPerth, Western Australia
    PublisherThe University of Western Australia
    Publication statusPublished - 2000

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    Niemeyer, A. (2000). A constructive recognition algorithm for normalisers of small extra-special groups as matrix groups. Perth, Western Australia: The University of Western Australia.
    Niemeyer, Alice. / A constructive recognition algorithm for normalisers of small extra-special groups as matrix groups. Perth, Western Australia : The University of Western Australia, 2000.
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    Niemeyer, A 2000, A constructive recognition algorithm for normalisers of small extra-special groups as matrix groups. The University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia.

    A constructive recognition algorithm for normalisers of small extra-special groups as matrix groups. / Niemeyer, Alice.

    Perth, Western Australia : The University of Western Australia, 2000.

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