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MIMS number: 2015

Number of items: 118.

2015.118: Weijian Zhang and Nicholas J. Higham (2016) Matrix Depot: An Extensible Test Matrix Collection for Julia. PeerJ Computer Science, 2. e58. ISSN 2167-8359

2015.117: Elena E. Giorgi, Harikrishnan Balachandran, Mark Muldoon, Norman L. Letvin, Barton F. Haynes, Bette T. Korber and Sampa Santra (2014) Cross-reactive potential of human T-lymphocyte responses in HIV-1 infection. Vaccine, 32 (31). pp. 3995-4000. ISSN 0264-410X

2015.116: Nicholas J. Higham and Samuel D. Relton (2016) Estimating the Largest Elements of a Matrix. SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 38 (5). C584-C601.

2015.115: Dennis Amelunxen and Martin Lotz (2015) Intrinsic Volumes of Polyhedral Cones: A combinatorial perspective.

2015.114: James Montaldi and Miguel Rodriguez-Olmos (2015) Hamiltonian relative equilibria with continuous isotropy.

2015.113: Massimiliano Fasi, Julien Langou, Yves Robert and Bora Uçar (2015) A Backward/Forward Recovery Approach for the Preconditioned Conjugate Gradient Method. Submitted for publication.

2015.112: Nicholas J. Higham and Nataša Strabić (2016) Bounds for the Distance to the Nearest Correlation Matrix. SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applications, 37 (3). pp. 1088-1102. ISSN 1095-7162

2015.111: Nicholas J. Higham (2015) Workflow. In: Nicholas J. Higham, Mark R. Dennis, Paul Glendinning, P. A. Martin, Fadil Santosa and Jared Tanner, (eds). The Princeton Companion to Applied Mathematics. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, USA, pp. 912-916. ISBN 978-0-691-15039-0

2015.110: Reem Alomair and James Montaldi (2016) Periodic orbits in Hamiltonian systems with involutory symmetries. J. Dynamics and Differential Equations, to appear.

2015.109: CTJ Dodson, G Galanis and E Vassiliou (2015) Geometry in a Fréchet Context A Projective Limit Approach. LMS Lecture Notes in Mathematics, 428. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9781316601952

2015.108: CTJ Dodson (2015) Information distance estimation between mixtures of multivariate Gaussians. In: ICMS Workshop on Computational information geometry for image and signal processing, 21-25 September 2015, Edinburgh.

2015.107: Volker Mehrmann, Vanni Noferini, Francoise Tisseur and Hongguo Xu (2015) On the sign characteristics of Hermitian matrix polynomials.

2015.106: Yuji Nakatsukasa and Roland W. Freund (2015) Computing Fundamental matrix decompositions accurately via the matrix sign function in two iterations: The power of Zolotarev's functions.

2015.105: Philip Arathoon (2015) Coadjoint orbits of the special Euclidean group. Other thesis, Manchester Institute for Mathematical Sciences, The University of Manchester.

2015.104: Nicholas J. Higham (2015) The Singular Value Decomposition. In: Nicholas J. Higham, Mark R. Dennis, Paul Glendinning, P. A. Martin, Fadil Santosa and Jared Tanner, (eds). The Princeton Companion to Applied Mathematics. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, USA, pp. 126-127. ISBN 978-0-691-15039-0

2015.103: Nicholas J. Higham (2015) Numerical Linear Algebra and Matrix Analysis. In: Nicholas J. Higham, Mark R. Dennis, Paul Glendinning, P. A. Martin, Fadil Santosa and Jared Tanner, (eds). The Princeton Companion to Applied Mathematics. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, USA, pp. 263-281. ISBN 978-0-691-15039-0

2015.102: Naeem M Desai and William RB Lionheart (2015) An explicit reconstruction algorithm for the transverse ray transform of a second rank tensor field from three axis data.

2015.101: J Gonzalez (2015) Modelling and controlling risk in energy systems. PhD thesis, The University of Manchester.

2015.100: James Hook (2015) Max-plus LU.

2015.99: James Hook (2015) Squish scaling.

2015.98: Fassbender Heike, Perez Alvaro Javier and Shayanfar Nikta (2015) A sparse linearization for Hermite interpolation matrix polynomials.

2015.97: Peter Rowley and Louise Walker (2015) The point-line collinearity graph of the Fi'_{24} maximal 2-local geometry - the first three discs.

2015.96: Peter Rowley and Louise Walker (2015) Octad Orbits for certain Subgroups of M_{24}.

2015.95: Luis Garcia-Naranjo, James Montaldi and Oleg G. Smolyanov (2015) Transformations of Feynman path integrals and the generalized densities of Feynman pseudomeasures.

2015.94: Nicholas J. Higham (2015) Making the Princeton Companion to Applied Mathematics. Mathematics Today, 51 (5). pp. 212-214. ISSN 1361-2042

2015.93: Sergio Mendes and Roger Plymen (2015) Functoriality and K-theory for GL_n(R).

2015.92: Federico Poloni and Nataša Strabić (2015) Principal pivot transforms of quasidefinite matrices and semidefinite Lagrangian subspaces.

2015.91: Tom Shearer, William J. Parnell and I. David Abrahams (2015) Antiplane wave scattering from a cylindrical cavity in pre-stressed non-linear elastic media. Proceedings of the Royal Society A. ISSN 1471-2946

2015.90: Vanni Noferini and Javier Perez (2015) Chebyshev-Fiedler pencils.

2015.89: Nicholas J. Higham (2015) Programming Languages: An Applied Mathematics View. In: Nicholas J. Higham, Mark R. Dennis, Paul Glendinning, P. A. Martin, Fadil Santosa and Jared Tanner, (eds). The Princeton Companion to Applied Mathematics. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, USA, pp. 828-839. ISBN 978-0-691-15039-0

2015.88: John Ballantyne and Peter Rowley (2015) Local Fusion Graphs and Sporadic Simple Groups. Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, 22 (3).

2015.87: CTJ Dodson (2015) A model for Gaussian perturbations of graphene. Journal of Statistical Physics, Online First 15 September 2015. pp. 1-9. ISSN 1572-9613

2015.86: T D Butters, S Güttel, J L Shapiro and T J Sharpe (2015) Automatic real-time fault detection for industrial assets using metasensors.

2015.85: Nicholas J. Higham (2015) Color Spaces and Digital Imaging. In: Nicholas J. Higham, Mark R. Dennis, Paul Glendinning, P. A. Martin, Fadil Santosa and Jared Tanner, (eds). The Princeton Companion to Applied Mathematics. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, USA, pp. 808-813. ISBN 978-0-691-15039-0

2015.84: S.B. Coban, P.J. Withers and W.R.B. Lionheart (2015) The effects of tomographic scans with fewer radiographs on the image reconstruction. In: Tomography for Scientific Advancement Symposium, 3-4 September 2015, University of Manchester, United Kingdom.

2015.83: Weijian Zhang (2015) Dynamic Network Analysis in Julia.

2015.82: Colin Cotter, Simon Cotter and Paul Russell (2015) Parallel Adaptive Importance Sampling.

2015.81: Simon Cotter (2015) Constrained Approximation of Effective Generators for Multiscale Stochastic Reaction Networks and Application to Conditioned Path Sampling.

2015.80: Rachel A Tomlinson, Hanno Hammer and William RB Lionheart (2004) THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NOVEL METHODOLOGY FOR TOMOGRAPHIC PHOTOELASTICITY. In: ICEM12- 12th International Conference on Experimental Mechanics, 29 August - 2 September, 2004, Politecnico di Bari, Italy.

2015.79: Manuchehr Soleimani, Oliver Dorn and William RB Lionheart (2006) A Narrowband Level Set Method Applied to EIT in Brain for Cryosurgery Monitoring. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 53 (11). 2257- 2264. ISSN 0018-9294

2015.78: Tom Shearer (2015) A new strain energy function for modelling ligaments and tendons whose fascicles have a helical arrangement of fibrils. Journal of Biomechanics, 48. pp. 3017-3025. ISSN 0021-9290

2015.77: Anne-Marie Aubert, Paul Baum, Roger Plymen and Maarten Solleveld (2015) Geometric structure for the principal series of a split reductive p-adic group with connected centre.

2015.76: Tahel Ronel and Alena Vencovska (2015) The Principle of Signature Exchangeability.

2015.75: Anne-Marie Aubert, Paul Baum, Roger Plymen and Maarten Solleveld (2015) Conjectures about p-adic groups and their noncommutative geometry.

2015.74: E. Howarth, J.B. Paris and A. Vencovska (2015) An examination of the SEP Candidate Analogical Inference Rule within Pure Inductive Logic.

2015.73: Tahel Ronel and Alena Vencovska (2014) Invariance Principles in Polyadic Inductive Logic. Logique et Analyse, 228. pp. 541-561.

2015.72: William J. Parnell (2015) The Hill and Eshelby tensors for ellipsoidal inhomogeneities in the Newtonian potential problem and linear elastostatics.

2015.71: E. Howarth and J.B. Paris (2015) The Theory of Spectrum Exchangeability. Review of Symbolic Logic, 8 (01). pp. 108-130.

2015.70: E. Howarth and J.B. Paris (2014) Principles of Remembering and Forgetting. Logique et Analyse, 228. pp. 489-511.

2015.69: M.S. Kliess and J.B. Paris (2014) Second Order Inductive Logic and Wilmers' Principle. Journal of Applied Logic, 12 (4). pp. 462-476.

2015.68: M.S. Kliess and J.B. Paris (2014) Predicate Exchangeability and Language Invariance in Pure Inductive Logic. Logique et Analyse, 228. pp. 413-540.

2015.67: J.B. Paris and A. Vencovska (2015) The Twin Continua of Inductive Methods. In: A. Hirvonen, J. Kontinen, R. Kossak and A. Villaveces, (eds). Logic without Borders. Ontos Mathematical Logic, Volume 5, Ontos Mathematical Logic. De Gruyter, Germany, pp. 355-366. ISBN 978-1-61451-772-6

2015.66: Nicholas J Higham and Vanni Noferini (2015) An algorithm to compute the polar decomposition of a 3x3 matrix.

2015.65: David Ward (2015) Topics in Finite Groups: Homology Groups, Pi-product Graphs, Wreath Products and Cuspidal Characters. PhD thesis, Manchester Institute for Mathematical Sciences, The University of Manchester.

2015.64: Catherine E. Powell, David Silvester and Valeria Simoncini (2015) An Efficient Reduced Basis Solver for Stochastic Galerkin Matrix Equations.

2015.63: Crabb Michael (2010) The Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Conservation Laws. Masters thesis, The University of Manchester.

2015.62: Megumi Harada, Tara Holm, Nigel Ray and Gareth Williams (2013) The equivariant K-theory and cobordism rings of divisive weighted projective spaces. Tohoku Mathematical Journal.

2015.61: Robert Gaschler, Johanna Progscha, Kieran Smallbone, Nilam Ram and Merim Bilalić (2014) Playing off the curve - testing quantitative predictions of skill acquisition theories in development of chess performance. Frontiers in Psychology, 5 (923).

2015.60: Alejandro F. Villaverde, David Henriques, Kieran Smallbone, Sophia Bongard, Joachim Schmid, Damjan Cicin-Sain, Anton Crombach, Julio Saez-Rodriguez, Klaus Mauch, Eva Balsa-Canto, Pedro Mendes, Johannes Jaeger and Julio Banga (2015) BioPreDyn-bench: a suite of benchmark problems for dynamic modelling in systems biology. BMC Systems Biology, 9 (8).

2015.59: Kieran Smallbone and Bernard M. Corfe (2014) A mathematical model of the colon crypt capturing compositional dynamic interactions between cell types. International Journal of Experimental Pathology, 95 (1). pp. 1-7.

2015.58: Kieran Smallbone and Pedro Mendes (2013) Large-Scale Metabolic Models: From Reconstruction to Differential Equations. Industrial Biotechnology, 9 (4). pp. 179-184.

2015.57: Kieran Smallbone, Hanan L. Messiha, Kathleen M. Carroll, Catherine L. Winder, Naglis Malys, Warwick B. Dunn, Ettore Murabito, Neil Swainston, Joseph O. Dada, Farid Khan, Pınar Pir, Evangelos Simeonidis, Irena Spasić, Jill Wishart, Dieter Weichart, Neil W. Hayes, Daniel Jameson, David S. Broomhead, Stephen G. Oliver, Simon J. Gaskell, John E.G. McCarthy, Norman W. Paton, Hans V. Westerhoff, Douglas B. Kell and Pedro Pendes (2013) A model of yeast glycolysis based on a consistent kinetic characterisation of all its enzymes. FEBS Letters, 587 (17). pp. 2832-2841.

2015.56: Natalie J. Stanford, Timo Lubitz, Kieran Smallbone, Edda Klipp, Pedro Mendes and Wolfram Liebermeister (2013) Systematic construction of kinetic models from genome-scale metabolic networks. PLoS ONE, 8 (11). e79195.

2015.55: Ines Thiele, Neil Swainston, Ronan M.T. Fleming, Andreas Hoppe, Swagatika Sahoo, Maike K. Aurich, Hulda Haraldsdottir, Monica L. Mo, Ottar Rolfsson, Miranda D. Stobbe, Stefan G. Thorleifsson, Rasmus Agren, Christian Bölling, Sergio Bordel, Arvind K. Chavali, Paul D. Dobson, Warwick B. Dunn, Lukas Endler, David Hala, Michael Hucka, Daniel Jameson, Neema Jamshidi, Jon J. Jonsson, Nick Juty, Sarah Keating, Intawat Nookaew, Nicolas Le Novère, Naglis Malys, Alexander Mazein, Jason A. Papin, Nathan D. Price, Evgeni Selkov, Sr., Martin I. Sigurdsson, Evangelos Simeonidis, Nikolaus Sonnenschein, Kieran Smallbone, Antony Sorokin, Johannes H.G.M. van Beek, Dieter Weichart, Igor Goryanin, Jens Neilsen, Hans V. Westerhoff, Douglas B, Kell, Pedro M. Mendes and Bernhard Ø. Palsson (2013) A community-driven global reconstruction of human metabolism. Nature Biotechnology, 31 (5). pp. 419-425.

2015.54: Benjamin D. Heavner, Kieran Smallbone, Nathan D. Price and Larry P. Walker (2013) Version 6 of the consensus yeast metabolic network refines biochemical coverage and improves model performance. Database, bat059.

2015.53: Neil Swainston, Kieran Smallbone, Pedro Mendes, Douglas B. Kell and Norman W. Paton (2011) The SuBliMinaL Toolbox: automating steps in the reconstruction of metabolic networks. Journal of Integrative Bioinformatics, 8 (2). 186.

2015.52: Paul D. Dobson, Kieran Smallbone, Daniel Jameson, Evangelos Simeonidis, Karin Lanthaler, Pınar Pir, Chuan Lu, Neil Swainston, Warwick B. Dunn, Paul Fisher, Duncan Hull, Marie Brown, Olusegun Oshota, Natalie J. Stanford, Douglas B. Kell, Ross D. King, Stephen G. Oliver, Robert D. Stevens and Pedrp Mendes (2010) Further developments towards a genome-scale metabolic model of yeast. BMC Systems Biology, 4 (195).

2015.51: Vanni Noferini and Alex Townsend (2015) Are resultant methods numerically unstable for multidimensional rootfinding?

2015.50: Paul Glendinning (2015) Classification of Boundary Equilibrium Bifurcations in planar Filippov systems.

2015.49: James W. Blair, Paul V. Johnson and Peter W. Duck (2015) Analysis of optimal liquidation in limit order books for portfolios of correlated assets with stochastic volatility. Preprint.

2015.48: William R Lionheart (1999) Uniqueness, Shape, and Dimension in EIT. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 873. pp. 466-471.

2015.47: S.B. Coban, P.J. Withers, W.R.B. Lionheart and S.A. McDonald (2015) When do the iterative reconstruction methods become worth the effort? In: The 13th International Meeting on Fully Three-Dimensional Image Reconstruction in Radiology and Nuclear Medicine (Fully3D 2015), 31 May - 04 June 2015, Newport, Rhode Island, USA.

2015.46: Stefan Güttel and Nakatsukasa Yuji (2015) Scaled and squared subdiagonal Padé approximation for the matrix exponential.

2015.45: William M Thompson, William RB Lionheart and Edward J Morton (2012) High-speed Dynamic Imaging with a Real Time Tomography System. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Image Formation in X-Ray Computed Tomography. pp. 99-102.

2015.44: K Paulson, W Lionheart and M Pidcock (1995) POMPUS: an optimized EIT reconstruction algorithm. Inverse Problems, 11 (2). pp. 426-437. ISSN 0266-5611

2015.43: F.A. Kotasidis, G.I. Angelis, J.C. Matthews, W.R.B Lionheart and A.J Reader (2010) Space variant PSF parameterization in image space using printed point source arrays on the HiRez PET/CT. 2010 IEEE International Conference on Imaging Systems and Techniques (IST),. 129 -134.

2015.42: Alex Bespalov and David Silvester (2015) Efficient adaptive stochastic Galerkin methods for parametric operator equations.

2015.41: FA Kotasidis, JC Matthews, GI Angelis, PJ Noonan, A Jackson, P Price, WR Lionheart and AJ Reader (2011) Single Scan Parameterization of Space-Variant Point Spread Functions in Image Space via a Printed Array: Impact for two PET/CT Scanners. Physics in Medicine and Biology, 56 (10). pp. 2917-2917. ISSN 1361-6560

2015.40: Craig Lucas (2001) Computing Nearest Covariance and Correlation Matrices. Masters thesis, Manchester Institute for Mathematical Sciences, The University of Manchester.

2015.39: Nicholas J. Higham and Nataša Strabić (2016) Anderson Acceleration of the Alternating Projections Method for Computing the Nearest Correlation Matrix. Numerical Algorithms, 72 (4). pp. 1021-1042. ISSN 1572-9265

2015.38: Mario Berljafa and Stefan Güttel (2015) The RKFIT algorithm for nonlinear rational approximation.

2015.37: N Kerrouche, CN McLeod and WRB Lionheart (2001) Time series of EIT chest images using singular value decomposition and Fourier transform. Physiological Measurement, 22. pp. 147-157. ISSN 0967-3334

2015.36: James Hook, Jennifer Pestana, Francoise Tisseur and Jonathan Hogg (2015) Max-Balanced Hungarian Scalings.

2015.35: I.J. Hewitt, E.W. Wolff, A.C. Fowler, C.D Clark, G.W. Evatt, D.R. Munday and C.R. Stokes (2015) A Freshwater Starvation Mechanism for Dansgaard-Oeschger Cycles. pre-print.

2015.34: Stefan Güttel (2006) Convergence Estimates of Krylov Subspace Methods for the Approximation of Matrix Functions Using Tools from Potential Theory. Masters thesis, Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg.

2015.33: Gareth O. Jones and Margaret E.M. Thomas (2014) Rational values of Weierstrass zeta functions. Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society.

2015.32: Anne-Marie Aubert, Paul Baum, Roger Plymen and Maarten Solleveld (2015) The noncommutative geometry of inner forms of p-adic special linear groups.

2015.31: S.B. Coban and W.R.B. Lionheart (2014) Regularised GMRES-type Methods for X-Ray Computed Tomography. In: The Third International Conference on Image Formation in X-Ray Computed Tomography, 22-25 June 2014, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

2015.30: Jennifer Pestana and Tyrone Rees (2015) Null-space preconditioners for saddle point problems.

2015.29: D. S. Mackey, N. Mackey and F. Tisseur (2015) Polynomial Eigenvalue Problems: Theory, Computation, and Structure. In: Peter Benner, Matthias Bollhoefer, Daniel Kressner and Tatjana Stykel, (eds). Numerical Algebra, Matrix Theory, Differential-Algebraic Equations and Control Theory. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, pp. 319-348. ISBN 978-3-319-15259-2

2015.28: Philip Arathoon and James Montaldi (2015) Adjoint and coadjoint orbits of the Euclidean group.

2015.27: Edvin Deadman and Samuel Relton (2016) Taylor's Theorem for Matrix Functions with Applications to Condition Number Estimation. Linear Algebra and its Applications, 504 (2015.27). pp. 354-371. ISSN 0024-3795

2015.26: Sophia Bethany Coban (2015) SophiaBeads Datasets Project Documentation and Tutorials. MIMS Eprints.

2015.25: Nicola Wadeson (2015) Aluminium foam data reconstruction using CGLS and TV Regularisation - 100 and 200 projection data.

2015.24: Vanni Noferini and Javier Perez Alvaro (2015) Chebyshev rootfinding via computing eigenvalues of colleague matrices: when is it stable?

2015.23: Jennifer Pestana, Richard Muddle, Matthias Heil, Francoise Tisseur and Milan Mihajlovic (2015) Efficient block preconditioning for a C1 finite element discretisation of the Dirichlet biharmonic problem.

2015.22: Paul Glendinning (2015) Geometry of refractions and reflections through a biperiodic medium.

2015.21: Kieran Smallbone and Yunjiao Wang (2015) Mathematising biology.

2015.20: David Silvester and Pranjal (2015) An optimal iterative solver for linear systems arising from SFEM approximation of diffusion equations with random coefficients.

2015.19: Timothy D. Butters, Stefan Güttel and Jonathan L. Shapiro (2015) Detecting and Reducing Redundancy in Alarm Networks.

2015.18: James Montaldi (2015) Existence of symmetric central configurations. Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy. ISSN 0923-2958

2015.17: Wayne Arter, J. Guy Morgan, Samuel D. Relton and Nicholas J. Higham (2015) Ranking the Importance of Nuclear Reactions for Activation and Transmutation Events.

2015.16: Frommer Andreas, Güttel Stefan and Schweitzer Marcel (2015) FUNM_QUAD: An implementation of a stable quadrature-based restarted Arnoldi method for matrix functions.

2015.15: E. I. Khukhro, N. Yu. Makarenko and P. Shumyatsky (2015) Locally finite groups containing a $2$-element with Chernikov centralizer.

2015.14: E. I. Khukhro, N. Yu. Makarenko and P. Shumyatsky (2015) Finite groups and Lie rings with an automorphism of order $2^n$.

2015.13: E. I. Khukhro and P. Shumyatsky (2015) On the length of finite factorized groups.

2015.12: E. I. Khukhro and P. Shumyatsky (2015) On the length of finite groups and of fixed points.

2015.11: Paul Glendinning (2015) Bifurcation from stable fixed point to $N$-dimensional attractor in the border collision normal form.

2015.10: Paul Glendinning (2014) Invariant measures for the n-dimensional border collision normal form.

2015.9: Paul Glendinning (2015) Bifurcation from stable fixed point to two-dimensional attractor in the border collision normal form.

2015.8: William M Thompson, William RB Lionheart, Edward J Morton, Mike Cunningham and Russell Luggar (2015) High Speed Imaging of Dynamic Processes with a Switched Source X-ray CT System.

2015.7: Fernando De Teran, Froilan Dopico, D. Steven Mackey and Paul Van Dooren (2015) Polynomial Zigzag Matrices, Dual Minimal Bases, and the Realization of Completely Singular Polynomials.

2015.6: James Montaldi (1994) The path formulation of bifurcation theory. Dynamics, Bifurcations and Symmetry (Cargese, 1993), NATO ASI Series Vol. 437. pp. 259-278.

2015.5: Awad H. Al-Mohy (2015) An Efficient Bound for the Condition Number of the Matrix Exponential.

2015.4: Leo Taslaman (2014) Algorithms and theory for polynomial eigenproblems. PhD thesis, Manchester Institute for Mathematical Sciences, The University of Manchester.

2015.3: Mary Aprahamian, Desmond J. Higham and Nicholas J. Higham (2016) Matching Exponential-Based and Resolvent-Based Centrality Measures. Journal of Complex Networks, 4 (2). pp. 157-176.

2015.2: C.E. Powell, T Shardlow and G.J. Lord (2014) Preface to "An Introduction to Computational Stochastic PDEs". In: An Introduction to Computational Stochastic PDEs. Cambridge Texts in Applied Mathematics. Cambridge University Press, USA. ISBN 9780521728522

2015.1: Peter J Rowley and Daniel M Vasey (2015) Completions of the Goldschmidt G3-amalgam and Alternating Groups.

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