A Survey of Beauville \(p\)-Groups
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This paper describes recent results as to which \(p\)-groups are Beauville, with emphasis on ones of small order (joint with N. Barker and B. Fairbairn) and ones that form inverse systems (joint with N. Barker, N. Peyerimhoff, and A. Vdovina).
KeywordsRamification structures p-groups
2000 Mathematics Subject Classification.20D15 14J29 14L30 20F05
I thank my co-authors Nathan Barker, Ben Fairbairn, Norbert Peyerimhoff, and Alina Vdovina for their encouragement and hard work in helping develop this field.
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