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# Tag Archives: primitive groups

## A thrifty algorithm

Two important classical parameters of a permutation group G of degree n are the base size, the smallest size of a collection of points whose pointwise stabiliser is the identity; and the minimal degree, the smallest number of points moved … Continue reading

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Tagged base size, greedy algorithm, Kenneth Blaha, minimal degree, permutation groups, primitive groups
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## Primitive graphs

A primitive graph is one whose automorphism group acts primitively on the vertices: that is, the group is transitive on the vertices, and there is no non-trivial equivalence relation which it preserves. This post is not about why primitive graphs … Continue reading