By J. W. P. Hirschfeld
This self-contained and hugely designated examine considers projective areas of 3 dimensions over a finite box. it's the moment and middle quantity of a three-volume treatise on finite projective areas, the 1st quantity being Projective Geometrics Over Finite Fields (OUP, 1979). the current paintings restricts itself to 3 dimensions, and considers either issues that are analogous of geometry over the complicated numbers and issues that come up out of the fashionable thought of occurrence buildings. The e-book additionally examines homes of 4 and 5 dimensions, primary functions to translation planes, basic teams, and coding theory.
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