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Some coset actions in $G_2(q)$ and distance-transitive graphs

@inproceedings{Chen2021SomeCA,
  title={Some coset actions in \$G\_2(q)\$ and distance-transitive graphs},
  author={Jianxiang Chen},
  year={2021}
}
This paper studies whether there are distance-transitive graphs arising from the coset actions of G2(q) on the subfield subgroup G2( √ q) or G2(q) on the Ree subgroup 2G2(q). It is found that there are no such graphs, even if the groups are extended by outer automorphisms of G2(q). 

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