Finding a class of 2-groups; pp. 370–374Full article in PDF format
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Let n ³ ≥3 be an integer and Cm denote a cyclic group of order m. All groups which can be presented as a semidirect products (C2n x C2n
) ⋋C4 are described. These groups are given by generators and defining relations.
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