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2018

2018

We introduce a decomposition of associative algebras into a tensor product of cyclic modules. This produces a means to encode a… Expand

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2018

2018

Habitação De Interesse Social: Uma Nova Proposta Para O Bairro Vila Nova, De Coronel Vivida – Paraná

Resumo Introdução Metodologia Revisão Bibliográfica Problemática da Habitação Social no Mundo Habitação social segundo a ONU… Expand

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2014

2014

The reversible circuit synthesis problem can be reduced to permutation group. This allows Schreier–Sims algorithm for the strong… Expand

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2013

2013

The reversible circuit synthesis problem can be reduced to permutation group. This allows Schreier-Sims Algorithm for the strong… Expand

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2012

2012

Successful computation with a permutation group is largely depended on our ability to find an effective representative for the… Expand

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2004

2004

This is the report of a project with the aim to make a new implementation of the Schreier-Sims algorithm in GAP, specialized for… Expand

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2003

2003

A base and strong generating set provides an effective computer representation for a permutation group. This representation helps… Expand

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2003

Highly Cited

2003

Abstract.This paper describes components of a branch-and-cut algorithm for solving integer linear programs having a large… Expand

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1999

1999

A Modification of the Schreier-Sims Algorithm Utilising the Transitivity of the Stabiliser Subgroups

A modification of the Schreier-Sims algorithm is described which builds a permutation group utilising the transitivity of the… Expand

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1995

1995

Abstract We consider the application of the Schreier-Sims algorithm and its variations to matrix groups defined over finite… Expand

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