right coset


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right coset

[′rīt ′kō‚set]
(mathematics)
A right coset of a subgroup H of a group G is a subset of G consisting of all elements of the form ha, where a is a fixed element of G and h is any element of H.
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We call A the Anderson map, since if we restrict the domain to minimal length right coset representatives (which correspond to partitions called (m, n)-cores), and then project to increasing parking functions by sorting, the map agrees with one constructed by Anderson [1].
Proof: We first form, via Problem 8, a complete set of right coset representatives R := {[[rho].sub.1],..., [[rho].sub.l]} for Inn(G) in Aut(G).
In this paper we take right coset representatives, although left coset representatives could be taken also.
There exists a subgroup H of finite index in G, which does not intersect F, and such that the right cosets Hu, u [member of] F, are pairwise disjoint.
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