By John Horton Conway
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We first briefly comment on the information not contained in the character tables. Experts will know that one of the most common errors in group-theoretical papers is for the structure of xxxii CONCLUDING REMARKS a group to be slightly mis-stated. We hope and believe that our own error rate in this respect is rather smaller than the average, but since the A lr ILA§ makes very many more assertions about group structures than any other work, we are certain that they will not all be exactly correct.
4. The reliability of A lr D.. A § information With regard to errors in general, whether falling under the denomination of mental, typographical, or accidental, we are conscious of being able to point to a greater number than any critic whatever. Men who are acquainted with the innumerable difficulties attending the execution of a work of such an extensive nature will make proper allowances. To these we appeal, and shall rest satisfied with the judgement they pronounce. Preface to the first edition of the Encyclopaedia Brittanica, 1771 Our fairly wide experience has taught us that published character tables are as likely as not to contain errors (which are usually minor).
Although we intended at first to subject all our tables to a large battery of computer tests, we must confess that in the event the only such test that has been consistently applied to every table is the orthogonality check. ) We are confident that the overall error rate in our character tables is very low indeed, but feel that the reader should be aware of the possibility that there are occasional errors, and of their most likely form. To put the problem in perspective, we emphasize again the very large amount of information that this A lr IL A§ contains.
Atlas of Finite Groups: Maximal Subgroups and Ordinary Characters for Simple Groups by John Horton Conway