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Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL) 2.0
This document specifies the second version of the Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL, pronounced "smile"). Expand
On Generalized Hexagons and a Near Octagon whose Lines have Three Points
Proofs are given of the facts that any finite generalized hexagonal of order (2, t) is isomorphic to the classical generalized hexagon associated with the group G2(2) or to its dual if t = 2 and that it is isomorph to the group 3D4(2). Expand
Trilinear alternating forms on a vector space of dimension 7
For vector spaces of dimension at most 7 over fields of cohomo-ogical dimension at most 1 (including algebraically closed fields and inite fields) all trilinear alternating forms and their isotropyExpand
Transport for health: the global burden of disease from motorized road transport
This report summarizes the findings of a long and meticulous journey of data gathering and analysis to quantify the health losses from road deaths and injuries worldwide, as part of the path-findingExpand
Finite Quaternionic Reflection Groups
In this article the quaternionic reflection groups are classified. Such a group is defined so as to generalize the notion of reflection groups appearing in [4, 171, i.e., it is a group of linearExpand
Computational evidence for Deligne's conjecture regarding exceptional Lie groups
Pour j ≤ 4, on obtient pour tous les groupes exceptionnels une decomposition uniforme de la puissance tensorielle j-ieme de la representation adjointe, en accord avec les conjectures de Deligne [1].
Brauer algebras of simply laced type
The diagram algebra introduced by Brauer that describes the centralizer algebra of the n-fold tensor product of the natural representation of an orthogonal Lie group has a presentation by generatorsExpand
Brauer algebras of type C
Abstract For each n ≥ 2 , we define an algebra satisfying many properties that one might expect to hold for a Brauer algebra of type C n . The monomials of this algebra correspond to scalar multiplesExpand