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The Finite Irreducible Linear 2-Groups of Degree 4. Base Product Code Keyword List: memo; MEMO; memo/129; MEMO/129; memo-129; MEMO-129; memo/129/613; MEMO/129/613; memo-129-613; MEMO-129-613. Online Product Code: MEMO/129/613. Title (HTML): The Finite Irreducible Linear 2-Groups of Degree 4. Author(s) (Product display): D. L. Flannery. Abstract: This memoir contains a complete classification of the finite irreducible 2-subgroups of (GL(4, {mathbb C})). Book Series Name: Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society.

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Finite linear groups have been studied since the beginning of the century. The present paper deals with the classification of the nonsolvable imprimitive linear groups of prime degree (equivalently, the irreducible monomial groups of prime degree). The goal of this survey is to reflect recent results in this area, obtained mostly in the 90’s and using the classification of finite simple groups. The current situation in the theory of finite simple groups. If G is a monomial group of prime degree r, then there is a projection π of G onto a transitive group H of permutation. matrices with a kernel A consisting of diagonal matrices.

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Groups with an Irreducible Character of Large Degree are Solvable. Shorter Notes: Finite Linear Groups Containing an Irreducible Solvable Normal Subgroups. Groups with an Irreducible Character of Large Degree are Solvable (pp. 615-617). Shorter Notes: Finite Linear Groups Containing an Irreducible Solvable Normal Subgroups (p. 716).

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A complete classification of a class of $p$-groups

A first step towards extending presently available databases for use in proposed "soluble quotient algorithms"

Groups presented explicitly; may be used to test conjectures or to serve generally as a resource in group-theoretic computations