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6 () If G = Spn(q) (with q odd), ft^iq) (with n a multiple of A) or SUn(q), and if Ui is totally isotropic, then H is a maximal subgroup of G, except when G = Spn(q) and (n,q) = (4,3), G = Q+(g) and (n,q) = (4, < 11) or (8,2), and G = SUn(q) and (n,q) = (4,4 or 9). We note that  deals with SO^(q) rather than Q+(q), but that the methods are readily adapted for n > 4. In the isomorphism from PQ^(q) to PSL2(q) x PSIi2(q), the copies of PSL2(q) act independently on the two sets of q+\ totally singular lines.
Algebraic Combinatorics I: Association Schemes (Mathematics lecture note series) (Bk. 1) by Eiichi Bannai