QUOTPIC

QUOTPIC is an X-Windows program for plotting the finite quotients of a finitely presented group. It builds the quotients via descending series of normal subgroups. More details about QUOTPIC can be found in: Derek F Holt and Sarah Rees, `A graphics system for displaying finite quotients of finitely presented groups’, Proc. DIMACS Workshop on Groups and Computation, AMS-ACM 1991.


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  1. Edjvet, Martin: On irreducible cyclic presentations. (2003)
  2. Brown, Paul R.: A simple construction of virtually free Abelian triangles of finite groups (2001)
  3. Hulpke, Alexander: Representing subgroups of finitely presented groups by quotient subgroups. (2001)
  4. Newman, M.F.: On a family of cyclically-presented fundamental groups (2001)
  5. Edjvet, M.: A singular equation of length four over groups (2000)
  6. Edjvet, M.; Juhász, A.: Equations of length 4 and one-relator products (2000)
  7. Holt, Derek F.; Rees, Sarah: Computing with Abelian sections of finitely presented groups (1999)
  8. Johnson, D.L.; Kim, A.C.; O’Brien, E.A.: Certain cyclically presented groups are isomorphic (1999)
  9. Edjvet, Martin; Thomas, Richard M.: The groups $(l,m\mid n,k)$ (1997)
  10. Holt, Derek F.; Rees, Sarah: Free quotients of finitely presented groups (1996)
  11. Newman, M.F.; O’Brien, E.A.: Application of computers to questions like those of Burnside. II (1996)
  12. Hall, J.I.; Soicher, L.H.: Presentations of some $3$-transposition groups (1995)
  13. King, Oliver; Pasini, Antonio: On some flag-transitive extensions of the dual Petersen graph (1995)
  14. Havas, George; Holt, Derek F.; Rees, Sarah: Recognizing badly presented $Z$-modules (1993)
  15. Holt, Derek F.; Rees, Sarah: Finding subgroups and quotients of finitely presented groups (1993)
  16. Holt, Derek F.; Rees, Sarah: A graphics system for displaying finite quotients of finitely presented groups (1993)
  17. Smith, Geoff C.: Group theory results with machine generated proofs (1993)