finite group


Also found in: Wikipedia.

finite group

[¦fī‚nīt ′grüp]
(mathematics)
A group which contains a finite number of distinct elements.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
You can still post your pictures and information online and a finite group of people will read it, offer a "like" and move on to the next item.
The spokesperson said: "It could be that this year sees a rise in so-called 'conscious dating', with more investment in getting to know a finite group of singles and less aimless swiping."
Such products are, of course, metabelian by the celebrated Theorem of Ito ([6] Satz 1); while a result of Howlett ([4] Theorem A) shows that exp(G) [less than or equal to] exp(A) exp(B), where exp(G) denotes the exponent of a finite group G.
We show some examples of the multiresolution analysis associated with the dilation set A and the finite group B:
Let G be a finite group which acts freely on a space X and let f : X [right arrow] Y be a continuous map from X into another space Y.
On the other hand, if a finite group G is a direct product of all pairwise non-isomorphic groups with isomorphic endomorphism monoids, then the group G is determined by End(G) [15].
Finite group theory is a topic remarkable for the simplicity of its statements and the difficulty of their proofs.
All patients should be given the same range of options for their abnormal bleeding, rather than offering vaginal surgery to a finite group and promoting IUDs and ablations to complex patients or performing "unnecessary" laparotomies on these complex patients based on endoscopic inexperience.
Sydney, Australia, October 09, 2015 --(PR.com)-- One of Australia's leading mid-tier IT professional services providers, FinXL, part of the Finite Group of companies, has today launched a new competitive brand into the digital services sector, called XL digital.
To be a finite group, where the operator (*) is define as follows.

Full browser ?