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On the representations of projective geometries in algebraic combinatorial geometries. (English) Zbl 0701.51004
[This editorial note replaces the original review published in Zbl 0672.51008.] Shortly after publication the author’s paper turned out to be plagiarized from a preprint by {\it B. Lindström} [Math. Scand. 63, No.1, 36-42 (1988; Zbl 0645.05025)]. This has appeared to be one case in a whole series of plagiarisms, which were sometimes discovered before publication, but quite frequently were only brought to light afterwards.

51D20Combinatorial geometries
51A30Desarguesian and Pappian geometries
05B35Matroids, geometric lattices (combinatorics)
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