We have classified (up to isomorphism) SOMA (k,7)s, with k
≥
3, invariant under a non-trivial group. Also, we have classified
(up to isomorphism) all SOMA(k,7)s with k ≥ 4. Note here
these classifications give all the possible ud-types of an arbitrary
SOMA(k,7).
The following table contains the number of isomorphism
representatives of SOMA
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