Lexicographic generation of projective spaces

@article{Hering2015LexicographicGO,
  title={Lexicographic generation of projective spaces},
  author={Christoph Hering and Hans-Jorg Schaeffer},
  journal={Journal of Geometry},
  year={2015},
  volume={107},
  pages={441-444}
}
Lexicographic or first choice constructions of geometric objects sometimes lead to amazingly good results. Usually it is difficult to determine the precise identity of the resulting geometries. Here we find infinitely many cases where the identification actually can be accomplished. 

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