By J. Tits
Those notes are a touch revised and prolonged model of mim- graphed notes written at the celebration of a seminar on structures and BN-pairs held at Oberwolfach in April 1968. Their major function is to provide the answer of the subsequent difficulties: (A) choice of the constructions of rank >; and irreducible, round variety, except ~ and H ("of round sort" skill "with finite Weyl four group", concerning the excluded kinds H, cf. the addenda on p. 274). approximately conversing, these structures all turn into linked to easy algebraic or classical teams (cf. 6. ;, 6. 1;, eight. four. ;, eight. 22, nine. 1, 10. 2). a simple program offers the enumeration of all finite teams with BN-pairs of irreducible variety and rank >;, as much as basic subgroups contained in B (cf. eleven. 7). (B) choice of all isomorphisms among constructions of rank > 2 and round variety linked to algebraic or classical uncomplicated teams and, in parti cular, description of the entire automorphism teams of such constructions (cf. five. eight, five. nine, five. 10, 6. 6, 6. 1;, eight. 6, nine. ;, 10. 4). apart from the appendices, the notes are fairly strictly orientated - ward those ambitions.
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