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Characterizations by automorphism groups of some rank 3 buildings - I. Some properties of half strongly-transitive triangle buildings.

Hendrik Van Maldeghem UGent and Kristel Van Steen UGent (1998) GEOMETRIAE DEDICATA. 73(2). p.119-142
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journal title
GEOMETRIAE DEDICATA
Geod. Dedic.
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73
issue
2
pages
119-142 pages
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Article
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000076691000001
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0046-5755
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English
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yes
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A1
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180511
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-180511
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2004-01-14 13:41:00
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Chicago
Van Maldeghem, Hendrik, and Kristel Van Steen. 1998. “Characterizations by Automorphism Groups of Some Rank 3 Buildings - I. Some Properties of Half Strongly-transitive Triangle Buildings.” Geometriae Dedicata 73 (2): 119–142.
APA
Van Maldeghem, H., & Van Steen, K. (1998). Characterizations by automorphism groups of some rank 3 buildings - I. Some properties of half strongly-transitive triangle buildings. GEOMETRIAE DEDICATA, 73(2), 119–142.
Vancouver
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Van Maldeghem H, Van Steen K. Characterizations by automorphism groups of some rank 3 buildings - I. Some properties of half strongly-transitive triangle buildings. GEOMETRIAE DEDICATA. 1998;73(2):119–42.
MLA
Van Maldeghem, Hendrik, and Kristel Van Steen. “Characterizations by Automorphism Groups of Some Rank 3 Buildings - I. Some Properties of Half Strongly-transitive Triangle Buildings.” GEOMETRIAE DEDICATA 73.2 (1998): 119–142. Print.