Theorie der endlichen Gruppen von eindeutigen by Seligmann Kantor

By Seligmann Kantor

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6 holds for any group X. 8. p-constrained and p-solvable groups As the discussion of the generalized Fitting subgroup suggests, the study of an arbitrary group X has a natural division into the analysis of its solvable substructure on the one hand, and its quasisimple substructure on the other. ” By definition, a group X is p-solvable if and only if every composition factor of X has order either equal to p or relatively prime to p. Clearly every solvable group is p-solvable for any prime p. Conversely, in view of the solvability of groups of odd order, every 2-solvable group is solvable.

Lp -balance) If the components of X/Op (X) have the Schreier property, then Lp (Y ) ≤ Lp (X) for every p-local subgroup Y of X. 2 can also be slightly sharpened when the components of X are K-groups. In that case, for example, the image of Op (Y ) in X 0 /E(X) is actually contained in Op (X 0 /E(X)), where X 0 = CX (Op (X)) (cf. 3 is that a very large part of the p-local ˆ p (Y )/Op (Y ) for panalysis of a K-proper simple group focuses on the sections L local subgroups Y of G. Although the structure of Y may be extremely complicated, this section is an an extension of a central p-group by a subgroup of Aut(L1 ) × · · · × Aut(Lr ) containing Inn(L1 ) × · · · × Inn(Lr ), where L1 , .

Indeed, beginning with any x1 ∈ X of order p and p-component K1 of CX (x1 ), one can reach x and K with K p-terminal in X by following a suitable sequence of pumpups. Thus every pcomponent of the centralizer of an element of order p in X can be “pumped up” to a p-terminal p-component in X. 3, with extra hypotheses and stronger conclusions, will be established in later volumes of this series. A considerable portion of the p-local analysis of the general simple group X is devoted to eliminating the p -core “obstruction” of p-terminal p-components and their pumpups.

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