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To set up the equation, continue sampling for the cosets obtained from the columns of the matrix [[A.
In particular there are n + 1 double cosets of the parabolic Weyl group [S.
Coset graphs of additive completely regular codes provide an important family of distance-regular graphs (and dual pairs of polynomial association schemes).
An important class of STGQs consists of those STGQs (called "flock quadrangles," and introduced in [9]) which arise through an intricate construction as a group coset geometry, from a flock of a quadratic cone K in PG(3, q) ([F.
n] (I), the neutrosophic coset of N(C) is defined to be
and this is exactly the action of the classical Hecke operator associated to the double coset
In both cases, the user can use the Group Calculator to connect what they see as far as the coset multiplication being well-defined with the more standard criterion for normality, namely that the subgroup be closed under conjugation.
Abstract In this paper, we use 4-cyclotomic cosets of modulo n and generator polynomials to describe quaternary simple-root cyclic codes of length n = 85.
Furthermore, in order to resolve the scaling problems of Wyler's expression raised by Robertson, Gilmore showed why it is essential to use dimensionless volumes by setting the throat sizes of the Anti de Sitter hyperboloids to r = 1, because this is the only choice for r where all elements in the bounded domains are also coset representatives, and therefore, amount to honest group operations.
BOREL, Kahlerian coset spaces of semi-simple Lie groups, Proc.
n]} [member of] B, the following equivalence holds: The coset {[B.
The twelve elements of CUBE which map the tetrahedra onto each other form a coset of A.