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Flag-Transitive 6-(v, k, 2) Designs

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The automorphism group of a flag-transitive 6–(v, k, 2) design is a 3-homogeneous permutation group. Therefore, using the classification theorem of 3–homogeneous permutation groups, the classification of flag-transitive 6-(v, k,2) designs can be discussed. In this paper, by analyzing the combination quantity relation of 6–(v, k, 2) design and the characteristics of 3-homogeneous permutation groups, it is proved that: there are no 6–(v, k, 2) designs D admitting a flag transitive group G ≤ Aut (D) of automorphisms.

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Liao, X. , Li, S. and Chen, G. (2014) Flag-Transitive 6-(v, k, 2) Designs. Advances in Pure Mathematics, 4, 203-208. doi: 10.4236/apm.2014.45026.

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