New approaches to black box groups
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We propose a new and systematic approach to the so-called black box group methods in computational group theory. Instead of a single black box we are looking at categories of black boxes and their morphisms. This makes accessible new classes of black box problems. For example, we can deal with black box groups of Lie type over very large fields of odd characteristic.
This talk is part of the Algebra Seminar series.
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