Subnormal Structure of Finite Soluble Groups
The Wielandt subgroup, the intersection of normalizers of subnormal subgroups, is non-trivial in any finite group and thus gives rise to a series whose length is a measure of the complexity of a group's subnormal structure. Another measure, akin to the nilpotency class of nilpotent groups, arises from the strong Wielandt subgroup, the intersection of centralizers of nilpotent subnormal sections. This thesis begins an investigation into how these two invariants relate in finite soluble groups. ¶...[Show more]
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