ACE : a GAP 4 package - Index

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A

Abbreviations and mixed case for ACE Options 4.3
Accessing ACE Examples with ACEExample and ACEReadResearchExample 1.6
ACE 1.0
ACE Option Synonyms 4.10
ACE Parameter Options 4.12
ACE Parameter Options controlling ACE Output 4.18
ACE Parameter Options for Deduction Handling 4.16
ACE Parameter Options for R Style Definitions 4.15
ACE Parameter Options Modifying C Style Definitions 4.14
ACE Parameter Options that give Names to the Group and Subgroup 4.19
ACEAddRelators 6.7.3
ACEAddSubgroupGenerators 6.7.4
ACEAllEquivPresentations 6.4.1
ACEBinaryVersion 6.5.25
ACEConjugatesForSubgroupNormalClosure 6.7.10
ACEContinue 6.2.2
ACECosetCoincidence 6.7.7
ACECosetOrderFromRepresentative 6.5.20
ACECosetRepresentative 6.5.13
ACECosetRepresentatives 6.5.14
ACECosetsThatNormaliseSubgroup 6.5.21
ACECosetTable 1.2.1
ACECosetTable, break-loop example 1.2
ACECosetTable, interactive 6.6.1
ACECosetTable, non-interactive 1.2
ACECosetTableFromGensAndRels 1.2.1
ACECosetTableFromGensAndRels, example C.1
ACECycles 6.5.16
ACEData 1.8.1
ACEDeleteRelators 6.7.5
ACEDeleteSubgroupGenerators 6.7.6
ACEDirectoryTemporary 1.8.2
ACEDisplayCosetTable 6.5.12
ACEDumpStatistics 6.5.24
ACEDumpVariables 6.5.23
ACEExample 1.6.1
ACEGroupGenerators 6.5.1
ACEIgnoreUnknownDefault 4.11.2
ACEIgnoreUnknownDefault, use as debugging tool 4.6
ACEModes 6.2.1
ACEOptionData 4.8.2
ACEOptionSynonyms 4.10.1
ACEOrder 6.5.19
ACEOrders 6.5.18
ACEPackageVersion 1.11.1
ACEParameterOptions 4.12.1
ACEParameters 6.5.10
ACEPermutationRepresentation 6.5.16
ACEPreferredOptionName 4.8.4
ACEPrintResearchExample 1.6.3
ACEProcessIndex 6.3.1
ACEProcessIndices 6.3.2
ACEQuit 6.1.2
ACEQuit, details 6.1.2
ACEQuit, introduction 1.5.2
ACEQuitAll 6.1.3
ACERandomCoincidences 6.7.8
ACERandomEquivPresentations 6.4.2
ACERandomlyApplyCosetCoincidence 6.7.9
ACERead 6.8.2
ACEReadAll 6.8.3
ACEReadResearchExample 1.6.2
ACEReadUntil 6.8.4
ACERecover 6.7.1
ACERedo 6.2.3
ACERelators 6.5.2
ACEResurrectProcess 6.3.4
ACEStandardCosetNumbering 6.7.2
ACEStart 6.1.1
ACEStart, details 6.1.1
ACEStart, example C.1
ACEStart, introduction 1.5.1
ACEStats 1.3.1
ACEStats, example C.1
ACEStats, interactive 6.6.2
ACEStats, non-interactive 1.3
ACEStrategyOptions 4.9.1
ACEStyle 6.5.22
ACESubgroupGenerators 6.5.3
ACETraceWord 6.5.17
ACETransversal 6.5.15
ACEWrite 6.8.1
Acknowledgements 1.10
activecosets 1.3 3.5
alive coset number 3.5
An Example of passing Options 4.7

B

banner, suppression 2.2
break-loop 1.2 6.3 6.5 B.4

C

C style 3.1 5.1
C style, definition 3.1 4.14
Changes from earlier versions 1.11
coincidence 1.5 3.0 3.2 3.3 3.5
coincidence, coincidence queue 3.0
Coset Statistics Terminology 3.5
Coset Table Standardisation Schemes 3.4
cosets 3.0
cosets, coset application 3.0
cosets, coset numbers 3.0
cosets, coset table 3.0
CR style 3.1 5.1
Cr style 3.1 5.1

D

dead coset (number) 3.2 3.5 4.17 6.7 D.6
debugging 4.6
deduction 3.0 3.2
deduction, deduction stack 3.0
Defaulted R/C style 3.1 5.1
definition 3.2
definition, preferred 3.0
DisplayACEArgs 6.5.4
DisplayACEOptions 6.5.6

E

Emulating Sims C.2
Enumeration Style 3.1
Example of Using ACE Interactively (Using ACEStart) B.3
Example of Using ACECosetTableFromGensAndRels B.2
Example where ACE is made the Standard Coset Enumerator B.1
Examples B.0
Experimentation ACE Modes 6.4
Experimentation Options D.1

F

Felsch strategy 3.0
Finding Deductions, Coincidences, and Preferred Definitions 3.2
Finding Subgroups 3.3
Finer Points with Examples C.0
FlushOptionsStack 4.2.1
Fun with ACEExample B.4
Functions for Using ACE Interactively 6.0

G

General ACE Modes 6.2
General ACE Parameter Options that Modify the Enumeration Process 4.13
General Warnings regarding the Use of Options 1.7
GetACEArgs 6.5.5
GetACEOptions 6.5.7
Getting Started C.1

H

HLT strategy 3.0
holes 3.0
Honouring of the order in which ACE Options are passed 4.4

I

InfoACE 1.9.1
InfoACELevel 1.9.2
Installing and Loading the ACE Package 2.0
Installing the ACE Package 2.1
Interactive ACE Process Utility Functions and Interruption of an Interactive ACE Process 6.3
Interactive Query Functions and an Option Setting Function 6.5
Interactive Versions of Non-interactive ACE Functions 6.6
Interpretation of ACE Options 4.6
interruption of an interactive ACE process 6.3
IsACEGeneratorsInPreferredOrder 1.2.3
IsACEGeneratorsInPreferredOrder, interactive 6.6.3
IsACEGeneratorsInPreferredOrder, non-interactive 1.2
IsACEParameterOption 4.8.5
IsACEProcessAlive 6.3.3
IsACEStandardCosetTable 1.2.2
IsACEStrategyOption 4.8.6
IsCompleteACECosetTable 6.5.11
IsKnownACEOption 4.8.3

K

KnownACEOptions 4.8.1

L

lenlex standardisation 1.2
lenlex standardisation scheme 3.4 6.7
Loading the ACE Package 2.2
loop 3.6

M

maxcosets 1.3 3.5
Mode Options D.3

N

Non-ACE-binary Options 4.11
NonACEbinOptions 4.11.1

O

OnBreak B.4
option aceecho 4.11.13
option aceexampleoptions 4.11.15
option aceignore 4.11.9
option aceignoreunknown 4.11.10
option aceincomment 4.11.14
option aceincomment, different to option text D.7.2
option aceinfile 4.11.7
option acenowarnings 4.11.11
option aceoutfile 4.11.8
option aceoutfile, ao synonym 4.20.1
option aep D.1.1
option ai D.4.1
option ao 4.20.1
option asis 4.13.1
option begin D.3.2
option bye D.4.2
option cc D.2.8
option cfactor 4.13.2
option check D.3.3
option compaction 4.17.5
option contiguous D.6.1
option continu D.3.4
option continue, deprecated: use continu D.3
option ct 4.13.2
option cycles D.5.1
option default 5.1.1
option dmode 4.16.1
option dr D.2.7
option ds D.2.6
option dsize 4.16.2
option dump D.5.2
option easy 5.1.2
option echo 4.11.12
option enumeration 4.19.1
option exit D.4.2
option felsch 5.1.3
option ffactor 4.14.1
option fill 4.14.1
option generators D.2.3
option group D.2.1
option hard 5.1.4
option help D.5.3
option hlt 5.1.5
option hole 4.17.7
option incomplete 4.11.6
option lenlex 4.11.4
option lookahead 4.15.2
option loop 4.17.3
option max 4.17.6
option mendelsohn 4.13.5
option messages 4.18.1
option mode D.3.1
option monitor 4.18.1
option nc D.5.4
option no 4.13.4
option normal D.5.4
option oo D.5.6
option options D.5.5
option order D.5.6
option path 4.17.4
option pmode 4.14.2
option print D.5.8
option psize 4.14.3
option purec 5.1.6
option purer 5.1.7
option qui D.4.2
option rc D.2.9
option recover D.6.1
option redo D.3.3
option relators D.2.2
option rep D.1.2
option rfactor 4.13.3
option rl D.2.5
option row 4.15.1
option rt 4.13.3
option sc D.5.9
option semilenlex 4.11.5
option sg D.2.4
option silent 4.11.3
option sims 5.1.8
option sr D.5.7
option stabilising D.5.9
option standard D.6.2
option start D.3.2
option statistics D.5.10
option stats D.5.10
option style D.5.11
option subgroup 4.19.2
option system D.4.3
option text D.7.1
option time 4.17.2
option trace D.5.12
option tw D.5.12
option workspace 4.17.1
Options for ACE 4.0
Options for Comments D.7
Options for redirection of ACE Output 4.20
Options that Interact with the Operating System D.4
Options that Modify a Presentation D.2
Options that Modify the Coset Table D.6
Other ACE Options D.0
Other Options 4.21
Other Terminology 3.6

P

pass 3.6
Passing ACE Options 4.1
PGRelFind B.5
preferred definition 3.0 3.1
preferred definition, preferred definition stack 3.0 3.1 3.2
Primitive ACE Read/Write Functions 6.8
Progress Messages A.1

Q

Query Options D.5

R

R style 3.1 5.1
R style, definition 3.1 4.15
R* style 3.1 5.1
R/C (defaulted) style 3.1 5.1
R/C style 3.1 5.1
Rc style 3.1 5.1
Results Messages A.2

S

semilenlex standardisation scheme 3.4
SetACEOptions 6.5.8
SetACEOptions, record version 6.5.9
SetInfoACELevel 1.9.3
Setting the Verbosity of ACE via Info and InfoACE 1.9
Some Basics 3.0
Starting and Stopping Interactive ACE Processes 6.1
state (machine) 3.6
Steering ACE Interactively 6.7
strategy 3.0
Strategy Options for ACE 5.0
strategy, minimal gaps 3.1

T

Technical ACE Parameter Options 4.17
The ACE Package 1.0
The ACEData Record 1.8
The ACEStrategyOptions List 4.9
The KnownACEOptions Record 4.8
The Meanings of ACE's output messages A.0
The Strategies in Detail 5.1
ToACEGroupGenerators 6.3.5
ToACEWords 6.3.6
totcosets 1.3 3.5

U

Using ACE as a Default for Coset Enumerations 1.1
Using ACE Directly to Generate a Coset Table 1.2
Using ACE Directly to Test whether a Coset Enumeration Terminates 1.3
Using ACE Interactively 1.5
Using ACEReadResearchExample B.5

W

Warnings regarding Options 4.2
What happens if no ACE Strategy Option or if no ACE Option is passed 4.5
Writing ACE Standalone Input Files to Generate a Coset Table 1.4

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February 2020