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Partial linear spaces with symmetry

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A partial linear space consists of a non-empty set of points P and a collection of subsets of P called lines such that each pair of points lies on at most one line, and each line contains at least two points. A partial linear space is proper if it is not a linear space or a graph. In this talk, we will consider some recent progress on classifying the finite proper partial linear spaces whose automorphism groups are transitive on pairs of collinear points, as well as pairs of non-collinear points.

This talk is part of the Algebra seminar series.

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