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- John Bamberg, Shane Kelly, Maska Law, Tim Penttila
- J. Comb. Theory, Ser. A
- 2007

An intriguing set of points of a generalised quadrangle was introduced in [2] as a unification of the pre-existing notions of tight set and m-ovoid. It was shown in [2] that every intriguing set of points in a finite generalised quadrangle is a tight set or an m-ovoid (for some m). Moreover, it was shown that an m-ovoid and an i-tight set of a common… (More)

- John Bamberg, Maska Law, Tim Penttila
- Combinatorica
- 2009

The concept of a tight set of points of a generalised quadrangle was introduced by S. E. Payne in 1987, and that of an m-ovoid of a generalised quadrangle was introduced by J. A. Thas in 1989, and we unify these two concepts by defining intriguing sets of points. We prove that every intriguing set of points in a generalised quadrangle is an m-ovoid or a… (More)

- Maska Law, Tim Penttila
- Eur. J. Comb.
- 2004

- Maska Law, Tim Penttila
- J. Comb. Theory, Ser. A
- 2001

- Maska Law, Cheryl E. Praeger, Sven Reichard
- J. Comb. Theory, Ser. A
- 2009

In 1991, Weidong Fang and Huiling Li proved that there are only finitely many non-trivial linear spaces that admit a line-transitive, point imprimitive group action, for a given value of gcd(k, r), where k is the line size and r is the number of lines on a point. The aim of this paper is to make that result effective. We obtain a classification of all… (More)

- Laura Bader, Nicola Durante, Maska Law, Guglielmo Lunardon, Tim Penttila
- Des. Codes Cryptography
- 2003

- John Bamberg, Anton Betten, +6 authors Sven Reichard
- 2009

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