Classes of Finite Groups (Mathematics and Its Applications) by Adolfo Ballester-Bolinches

By Adolfo Ballester-Bolinches

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Lafuente and P. F¨ orster [F¨or83] propose two equivalent “enlargements” of G-isomorphism. Here we follow Lafuente’s definition. 5. Let G be a group. We say that two given chief factors of G are G-connected if either they are G-isomorphic or there exists a normal subgroup N of G such that G/N is a primitive group of type 3 whose minimal normal subgroups are G-isomorphic to the given chief factors. Obviously, in a group G, two abelian chief factors are G-connected if and only if they are G-isomorphic.

Let G be the primitive group of Example 1 and construct the wreath product W = G Z with respect to the regular action of the cyclic group Z of order 2. Then, the socle of W is isomorphic to the direct product of four copies of S: Soc(W ) = S1 × S2 × S3 × S4 . Moreover Soc(W ) is complemented by a 2-subgroup P isomorphic to the wreath product C2 C2 , that is, isomorphic to the dihedral group of order 8. The group W is a primitive group of type 2. 32 1 Maximal subgroups and chief factors If we consider the maximal subgroup U of G and construct M = U Z, we obtain a core-free maximal subgroup of index |W : M | = |S|2 such that M ∩ Soc(W ) = D1 × D2 .

3. Suppose that H1 /K1 and H2 /K2 are non-abelian. Then H1 /K1 and H2 /K2 are G-isomorphic if and only if CG (H1 /K1 ) = CG (H2 /K2 ). Proof. Since clearly 1 is true, we prove 3 and give a counterexample to prove 2. Suppose that H1 /K1 and H2 /K2 are non-abelian chief factors of G such that C = CG (H1 /K1 ) = CG (H2 /K2 ). We have that Ki ≤ C ∩ Hi ≤ Hi , for i = 1, 2. Since the chief factors are non-abelian, Hi is not contained in C. Therefore Ki = C ∩ Hi , for i = 1, 2. Hence, Hi /Ki ∼ =G Hi C/C, for i = 1, 2.

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