Table of contents for Computational group theory and the theory of groups : AMS Special Session on Computational Group Theory, March 3-4, 2007, Davidson, North Carolina / Luise-Charlotte Kappe, Arturo Magidin, [and] Robert Fitzgerald Morse, editors.

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Contents
Preface
On the application of computational group theory to the theory of groups
Robert Fitzgerald Morse
A classi
cation of certain maximal subgroups of alternating groups
Bret Benesh
On the nonabelian tensor square of free nilpotent groups of 
nite rank
Russell Blyth, Primoz Moravec, and Robert F. Morse
Investigating p-groups by coclass with GAP
Heiko Dietrich, Bettina Eick, and Dorte Feichtenschlager
Homological algebra programming
Graham Ellis
Groups with a 
nite covering by isomorphic abelian subgroups
Tuval S. Foguel and Matthew F. Ragland
On some subnormality conditions in metabelian groups
David Garrison and Luise-Charlotte Kappe
Normalizer computations using automorphisms
Alexander Hulpke
Group Theory in SAGE
David Joyner and David Kohel
Simultaneous constructions of the sporadic simple groups Co2 and Fi22
Hyun Kyu Kim and Gerhard O. Michler
Constructing simple groups from irreducible representations of GLn(2)
Gerhard O. Michler
Dickson polynomials and the norm map between the Hecke algebras of
Gelfand-Graev representations
Julianne Rainbolt
On orbit equivalent, two-step imprimitive permutation groups
Akos Seress and Keyan Yang

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Group theory -- Congresses.
Computational complexity -- Congresses.