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The Maximal Subgroups of the Low-Dimensional Finite Classical Groups by Colva M. Roney-Dougal, Derek F. Holt, John N. Bray

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8Tables

8.1 Description of the tables

The tables in this chapter list the maximal subgroups of the quasisimple classical groups Ω in dimensions 2–12, as described in Theorem 2.1.1. The tables provide sufficient information to determine the maximal subgroups of all almost simple extensions of image. In addition, there are tableslisting the maximal subgroups of those almost simple exceptional groups that arise as subgroups of these classical groups, namely SZ(q), G2(q) (taken from [64] for odd q), R(q) and 3D4(q) (the last two taken from[63]).

The tables are ordered by the dimension of the natural representation, and within that we list first the maximal ...

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