TY - JOUR UR - http://lib.ugent.be/catalog/pug01:161781 ID - pug01:161781 LA - eng TI - On generalized quadrangles with some concurrent axes of symmetry PY - 2002 JO - (2002) BULLETIN OF THE BELGIAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY-SIMON STEVIN SN - 1370-1444 PB - 2002 AU - Thas, Koen AB - Let S be a finite Generalized Quadrangle (GQ) of order (s, t), s not equal 1 not equal t, and suppose L is a line of S. A symmetry about L is an automorphism of S which fixes every line concurrent with L. A line L is an axis of symmetry if there is a full group of size s of symmetries about L. A point of a generalized quadrangle is a translation point if every line through it is an axis of symmetry. If there is a point p in a GQ S = (P, B, 1) for which there is a group G of automorphisms of the GQ which fixes p linewise, and such that G acts regularly on the points of P \ p(perpendicular to), then S is called an elation generalized quadrangle, and instead of S, often the notations (S-(P), G) or S(P) are used. If G is abelian, then (S-(P), G) is a translation generalized quadrangle (TGQ), and a GQ is a TGQ S-(P) if and only if p is a translation point, see [9]. We study the following two problems. (1) Suppose S is a G Q of order (8, t) s not equal 1 not equal t. How many distinct axes of symmetry through the same point p are needed to conclude that every line through p is an axis of symmetry, and hence that S-(P) is a TGQ? (2) Given a TGQ (S-(P), G), what is the minimum number of distinct lines through p such that G is generated by the symmetries about these lines? ER -Download RIS file
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520 | a Let S be a finite Generalized Quadrangle (GQ) of order (s, t), s not equal 1 not equal t, and suppose L is a line of S. A symmetry about L is an automorphism of S which fixes every line concurrent with L. A line L is an axis of symmetry if there is a full group of size s of symmetries about L. A point of a generalized quadrangle is a translation point if every line through it is an axis of symmetry. If there is a point p in a GQ S = (P, B, 1) for which there is a group G of automorphisms of the GQ which fixes p linewise, and such that G acts regularly on the points of P \ p(perpendicular to), then S is called an elation generalized quadrangle, and instead of S, often the notations (S-(P), G) or S(P) are used. If G is abelian, then (S-(P), G) is a translation generalized quadrangle (TGQ), and a GQ is a TGQ S-(P) if and only if p is a translation point, see [9]. We study the following two problems. (1) Suppose S is a G Q of order (8, t) s not equal 1 not equal t. How many distinct axes of symmetry through the same point p are needed to conclude that every line through p is an axis of symmetry, and hence that S-(P) is a TGQ? (2) Given a TGQ (S-(P), G), what is the minimum number of distinct lines through p such that G is generated by the symmetries about these lines? | ||
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