Normal Subgroup

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normal subgroup

[′nȯr·məl ′səb‚grüp]
(mathematics)
A subgroup N of a group G where every expression g -1 ng is in N for every g in G and every n in N. Also known as invariant subgroup; normal divisor.

Normal Subgroup

 

(also normal divisor of a group, invariant subgroup), a fundamental concept of group theory, which was introduced by E. Galois. A normal subgroup of a group G is a subgroup H for which gH = Hg for arbitrary element g of group G.

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This first of two volumes covers basic concepts, characters, arithematical properties of characters, products of characters, induced characters and representations, projective representations, Clifford theory, Brauer's induction theorems, faithful characters, the existence of normal subgroups, and sums of degrees of irreducible characters.
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Giving answer to Herstiens's problem, Laffey proved that A(G) = 1 provided G has no non-trivial abelian normal subgroups [8].
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Thomas: A complete study of the lattices of fuzzy congruences and normal subgroups, Information Sciences, 82(1995), 197-218.
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