## Groups and Computation, Volume 28Consists of papers presented at the workshop on Groups and Computation held at DIMACS. |

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### Contents

Experimenting and computing with infinite groups | 19 |

Towards polynomial time algorithms for matrix groups | 31 |

Calculating the order of an invertible matrix | 55 |

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Groups and Computation II: Workshop on Groups and Computation, June 7-10, 1995 Larry Finkelstein,William M. Kantor No preview available - 1997 |

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abelian algebra analysis applications assume automorphism Babai band-limited basis black box group block classical groups color-class Computer Science conjugacy class conjugate construction contains coset data structure decomposition defined Definition denote described DIMACS discrete efficient elements of G example factors finite field finite groups finite simple groups finitely presented groups Fourier transform function given GL(d GL(n graphs group elements group G homomorphism implementation input integer irreducible representations isomorphism Lemma Let G linear group Math Mathematics matrix coefficients matrix groups maximal subgroups method minimal multiplication nearly linear nilpotent nonabelian normal subgroup obtained operations orbit p-subgroup partition stack permutation groups polycyclic polycyclic groups polynomial ppd-element prefrattini subgroup probability problem Proc procedure proof quotient random elements refinement result scalar Section separation of variables sequence slave solvable strong generating set subgroup of G subspace Sylow Sylow subgroups symmetric group Theorem transvection triangularizable vector vertex