Difference between revisions of "Automorphism of a subnormal series"
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Consider a subnormal series of the form:
an automorphism of the subnormal series is an automorphism of such that for every .
The automorphism group of a subnormal series is thus a subgroup of the automorphism group of the whole group.
- Any automorphism of a subnormal series, gives rise naturally to an automorphism of the associated direct sum. This defines a homomorphism from the automorphism group for the subnormal series to the automorphism group of the associated direct sum. The kenrel of the homomorpihsm is precisely the stability group.
- When the subnormal series is a normal series, then any inner automorphism lives inside the automorphism group.
- When the subnormal series is a central series, then any inner automorphism lives inside the stability group.