# Matrices and Finite Quandles

@inproceedings{Ho2004MatricesAF, title={Matrices and Finite Quandles}, author={B K Ho and Sam Nelson}, year={2004} }

Finite quandles with n elements can be represented as n-by-n matrices. We show how to use these matrices to distinguish all isomorphism classes of finite quandles for a given cardinality n, as well as how to compute the automorphism group of each finite quandle. As an application, we classify finite quandles with up to 5 elements and compute the automorphism group for each quandle.

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