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We study the point regular groups of automorphisms of some of the known generalised quadrangles. In particular we determine all point regular groups of automorphisms of the thick classical generalised quadrangles. We also construct point regular groups of automorphisms of the generalised quadrangle of order $(q-1,q+1)$ obtained by Payne derivation from the classical symplectic quadrangle $\mathsf{W}(3,q)$. For $q=p^f$ with $f\geq 2$ we obtain at least two nonisomorphic groups when $p\geq 5$ a...
In Bachmann's Aufbau der Geometrie aus dem Spiegelungsbegriff (1959), it was shown that a finite metric plane is a Desarguesian affine plane of odd order equipped with a perpendicularity relation on lines, and conversely. Sherk (1967) generalised this result to characterise the finite affine planes of odd order by removing the 'three reflections axioms' from a metric plane. We show that one can obtain a larger class of natural finite geometries, the so-called Bruck nets of even degree, by wea...
Triple factorisations of finite groups $G$ of the form $G=PQP$ are essential in the study of Lie theory as well as in geometry. Geometrically, each triple factorisation $G=PQP$ corresponds to a $G$-flag transitive point/line geometry such that `each pair of points is incident with at least one line'. We call such a geometry \emph{collinearly complete}, and duality (interchanging the roles of points and lines) gives rise to the notion of \emph{concurrently complete} geometries. In this paper, ...
A directed graph is set-homogeneous if, whenever U and V are isomorphic finite subdigraphs, there is an automorphism g of the digraph with U^g=V. Here, extending work of Lachlan on finite homogeneous digraphs, we classify finite set-homogeneous digraphs, where we allow some pairs of vertices to have arcs in both directions. Under the assumption that such pairs of vertices are not allowed, we obtain initial results on countably infinite set-homogeneous digraphs, classifying those which are not...
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