By George E. Andrews, Peter Paule, Axel Riese (auth.), Anton Betten, Axel Kohnert, Reinhard Laue, Alfred Wassermann (eds.)

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Bm) j=l m - An-1 I1 (1- AnBj) Pn-l,m,a(At, ... , An-2, An-1; Bt, ... , Bm)} j=l and for n = 1, if a:::; 0, if a > 0 . Proof. The proof of the recurrence is exactly as the proof in the S1~-case [4, Theorem 2]. We again use the convenient identity and the rest follows as before. The n = 1 case splits into two cases as before: Case a:::; 0. ) (1 - ~) (1 - ,. ) · · · (1 - ~) 00 which means that when a :::; 0 36 George E. Andrews, Peter Paule, Axel Riese, and Volker Strehl Case a > 0. ,. -aßn1 1 1 "" ~ ··· Bn"' m nt , .

The order of the group is thus the product of the indices, i. e. the product of the exponents in the first column of the presentation. We identified the groups in the table of small groups contained in the algebra software package GAP [13] (Version 4) . This catalogue is based on the work of H. U. Besehe, B. Eick and E. O'Brien. We denote the n-th group of order m in this catalogue by m#GAPn. The Linear Space 010-151-288 The automorphism group has order 54 and is isomorphic to 54#GAP5. The TDA-scheme is isomorphic to the TDOscheme, i.

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