By Michael Huber
Due to the class of the finite basic teams, it hasbeen attainable in recent times to signify Steiner t-designs, that's t -(v, okay, 1) designs,mainly for t = 2, admitting teams of automorphisms with sufficiently strongsymmetry houses. notwithstanding, regardless of the finite uncomplicated team type, forSteiner t-designs with t > 2 almost all these characterizations have remained longstandingchallenging difficulties. in particular, the decision of all flag-transitiveSteiner t-designs with three ≤ t ≤ 6 is of specific curiosity and has been open for about40 years (cf. Delandtsheer (Geom. Dedicata forty-one, p. 147, 1992 and instruction manual of IncidenceGeometry, Elsevier technology, Amsterdam, 1995, p. 273), yet possibly datingback to 1965).The current paper maintains the author's paintings (see Huber (J. Comb. concept Ser.A ninety four, 180-190, 2001; Adv. Geom. five, 195-221, 2005; J. Algebr. Comb., 2007, toappear)) of classifying all flag-transitive Steiner 3-designs and 4-designs. We supply acomplete category of all flag-transitive Steiner 5-designs and turn out furthermorethat there are not any non-trivial flag-transitive Steiner 6-designs. either effects depend on theclassification of the finite 3-homogeneous permutation teams. in addition, we surveysome of the main basic effects on hugely symmetric Steiner t-designs.
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