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Feed provided by International Journal of Group Theory. Click to visit.A probabilistic version of a theorem of László Kovács and Hyo-Seob Sim
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For a finite group group‎, ‎denote by $mathcal V(G)$ the smallest positive integer $k$ with the property that the probability of generating $G$ by $k$ randomly chosen elements is at least $1/e.$ Let $G$ be a finite soluble group‎. ‎{Assume} that for every $pin pi(G)$ there exists $G_pleq G$ such that $p$ does not divide $|G:G_p|$ and ${mathcal V}(G_p)leq d.$ Then ${mathcal V}(G)leq d+7.$‎Mon, 19 Nov 2018 20:30:00 +0100On some generalization of the malnormal subgroups
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In this paper we obtain a description of finite and certain infinitegroups, whose subgroups are malonormal.Sat, 08 Dec 2018 20:30:00 +01004-Quasinormal subgroups of prime order
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‎Generalizing the concept of quasinormality‎, ‎a subgroup $H$ of a group $G$ is said to be 4-quasinormal in $G$ if‎, ‎for all cyclic subgroups $K$ of $G$‎, ‎$langle H,Krangle=HKHK$‎. ‎An intermediate concept would be 3-quasinormality‎, ‎but in finite $p$-groups‎ - ‎our main concern‎ - ‎this is equivalent to quasinormality‎. ‎Quasinormal subgroups have many interesting properties and it has been shown that some of them can be extended to 4-quasinormal subgroups‎, ‎particularly in finite‎
‎$p$-groups‎. ‎However‎, ‎even in the smallest case‎, ‎when $H$ is a 4-quasinormal subgroup of order $p$ in a finite $p$-group $G$‎, ‎precisely how $H$ is embedded in $G$‎ ‎is not immediately obvious‎. ‎Here we consider one of these questions regarding the commutator subgroup $[H,G]$‎.Sat, 08 Dec 2018 20:30:00 +0100Finite groups with seminormal or abnormal Sylow subgroups
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Let $G$ be a finite group in which every Sylow subgroup is seminormal or abnormal. We prove that $G$ has a Sylow tower. We establish that if a group has a maximal subgroup with Sylow subgroups under the same conditions, then this group is soluble.Sun, 06 Jan 2019 20:30:00 +0100The number of maximal subgroups and probabilistic generation of finite groups
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In this survey we present some significant bounds for the number of maximal subgroups of a given index of a finite group. As a consequence, new bounds for the number of random generators needed to generate a finite $d$-generated group with high probability which are significantly tighter than the ones obtained in the paper of Jaikin-Zapirain and Pyber (Random generation of finite and profinite groups and group enumeration, Ann. Math., 183:769--814, 2011) are obtained. The results of Jaikin-Zapirain and Pyber, as well as other results of Lubotzky, Detomi, and Lucchini, appear as particular cases of our theorems.Wed, 23 Jan 2019 20:30:00 +0100Groups with many self-centralizing or self-normalizing subgroups
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The purpose of this paper is to present a comprehensive overview of known and new results concerning the structure of groups in which all subgroups, except those having a given property, are either self-centralizing or self-normalizing.Thu, 31 Jan 2019 20:30:00 +0100Groups with numerical restrictions on minimal generating sets
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We study an inverse problem of small doubling type. We investigate the structure of a finitely generated group $G$ such that, for any set $S$ of generators of $G$ of minimal order, we have $S^2 leq 3|S|-beta$, where $beta in {1, 2, 3}$Thu, 31 Jan 2019 20:30:00 +0100Some problems about products of conjugacy classes in finite groups
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‎We summarize several results about non-simplicity‎, ‎solvability and normal structure of finite groups related to the number of conjugacy classes appearing in the product or the power of conjugacy classes‎. ‎We also collect some problems that have only been partially solved‎.Wed, 06 Mar 2019 20:30:00 +0100Catalan fragile words
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Fragile words have been already considered in the context of automata groups. Here we focus our attention on a special class of strongly fragile words that we call Catalan fragile words. Among other properties, we show that there exists a one-to-one correspondence between the set of Catalan fragile words and the set of full binary trees.Wed, 06 Mar 2019 20:30:00 +0100A survey on groups with some restrictions on normalizers or centralizers
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We consider conditions on normalizers or centralizers in a group and we collect results showing how such conditions influence the structure of the group.Wed, 06 Mar 2019 20:30:00 +0100Omegas of Agemos in Powerful Groups
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Let $G$ be a powerful $p$-group. In this note we investigate when the Omega subgroups of the Agemo subgroups of $G$ are Powerfully Nilpotent. We discuss the difference between the cases when $p=2$ and when $p$ is an odd prime. Moreover this work gives an example of a characteristic subgroup of $G^p$ which is Powerfully Nilpotent but not strongly powerful.Tue, 12 Mar 2019 20:30:00 +0100Topological loops with solvable multiplication groups of dimension at most six are centrally ...
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The main result of our consideration is the proof of the centrally nilpotency of class two property for connected topological proper loops L of dimension $le 3$ which have an at most six-dimensional solvable indecomposable Lie group as their multiplication group. This theorem is obtained from our previous classification by the investigation of six-dimensional indecomposable solvable multiplication Lie groups having a five-dimensional nilradical. We determine the Lie algebras of these multiplication groups and the subalgebras of the corresponding inner mapping groups.Wed, 27 Mar 2019 19:30:00 +0100The character table of a sharply 5-transitive subgroup of the alternating group of degree 12
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In this paper we calculate the character table of a sharply $5$-transitive subgroup of ${rm Alt}(12)$, and of a sharply $4$-transitive subgroup of ${rm Alt}(11)$. Our presentation of these calculations is new because we make no reference to the sporadic simple Mathieu groups, and instead deduce the desired character tables using only the existence of the stated multiply transitive permutation representations.Fri, 12 Apr 2019 19:30:00 +0100Weakly totally permutable products and Fitting classes
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It is known that if $ G=AB $ is a product of its totally permutable subgroups $ A $ and $ B $‎, ‎then $ Gin mathfrak{F} $ if and only if $ Ain mathfrak{F} $ and $ Bin mathfrak{F} $ when $ mathfrak{F} $ is a Fischer class containing the class $ mathfrak{U} $ of supersoluble groups‎. ‎We show that this holds when $ G=AB $ is a weakly totally permutable product for a particular Fischer class‎, ‎$ mathfrak{F}diamond mathfrak{N} $‎, ‎where $ mathfrak{F} $ is a Fitting class containing the class $ mathfrak{U} $ and $ mathfrak{N} $ a class of nilpotent groups‎. ‎We also extend some results concerning the $ mathfrak{U} $-hypercentre of a totally permutable product to a weakly totally permutable product‎.Fri, 12 Apr 2019 19:30:00 +0100Open normal subgroups in normally constrained pro-p groups
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In this paper we analyse properties satisfied by certain open normal subgroups in normally constrained pro-p groups and in a spread version of normally constrained pro-p groups. In the case of powerful normally constrained pro-p groups, we exhibit some kind of inheritance properties in certain open normal subgroups.Wed, 01 May 2019 19:30:00 +0100The one-prime power hypothesis for conjugacy classes restricted to normal subgroups and ...
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We say that a group $G$ satisfies the one-prime power hypothesis for conjugacy classes if the greatest common divisor for all pairs of distinct conjugacy class sizes are prime powers‎. ‎Insoluble groups which satisfy the one-prime power hypothesis have been classified‎. ‎However it has remained an open question whether the one-prime power hypothesis is inherited by normal subgroups and quotients groups‎. ‎In this note we construct examples to show the one-prime power hypothesis is not necessarily inherited by normal subgroups or quotient groups‎.Sat, 30 Nov 2019 20:30:00 +0100Further rigid triples of classes in $G_{2}$
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We establish the existence of two rigid triples of conjugacy classes in the algebraic group G2 in characteristic 5, complementing results of the second author with Liebeck and Marion. As a corollary, the finite groups G2(5^n) are not (2,4,5)-generated, confirming a conjecture of Marion in this case.Sat, 30 Nov 2019 20:30:00 +0100Graham Higman's PORC theorem
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Graham Higman published two important papers in 1960‎. ‎In the first of these‎ ‎papers he proved that for any positive integer $n$ the number of groups of‎ ‎order $p^{n}$ is bounded by a polynomial in $p$‎, ‎and he formulated his famous‎ ‎PORC conjecture about the form of the function $f(p^{n})$ giving the number of‎ ‎groups of order $p^{n}$‎. ‎In the second of these two papers he proved that the‎ ‎function giving the number of $p$-class two groups of order $p^{n}$ is PORC‎. ‎He established this result as a corollary to a very general result about‎ ‎vector spaces acted on by the general linear group‎. ‎This theorem takes over a‎ ‎page to state‎, ‎and is so general that it is hard to see what is going on‎. ‎Higman's proof of this general theorem contains several new ideas and is quite‎ ‎hard to follow‎. ‎However in the last few years several authors have developed‎ ‎and implemented algorithms for computing Higman's PORC formulae in‎ ‎special cases of his general theorem‎. ‎These algorithms give perspective on‎ ‎what are the key points in Higman's proof‎, ‎and also simplify parts of the proof‎. ‎In this note I give a proof of Higman's general theorem written in the light‎ ‎of these recent developments‎.Sat, 30 Nov 2019 20:30:00 +0100Limits of generalized quaternion groups
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‎In the space of marked group‎s, ‎we determine the structure of groups which are limit points of the set of all generalized quaternion groups‎.Sat, 30 Nov 2019 20:30:00 +0100Classifying families of character degree graphs of solvable groups
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‎We investigate prime character degree graphs of solvable groups‎. ‎In particular‎, ‎we consider a family of graphs $Gamma_{k,t}$ constructed by adjoining edges between two complete graphs in a one-to-one fashion‎. ‎In this paper we determine completely which graphs $Gamma_{k,t}$ occur as the prime character degree graph of a solvable group‎.Sat, 30 Nov 2019 20:30:00 +0100