Characteristic-potentially characteristic subgroup
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This term is related to: NPC conjecture
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A subgroup of a group is termed characteristic-potentially characteristic if there is an embedding of the bigger group in some group such that, in that embedding both the group and the subgroup become characteristic.
Definition with symbols
A subgroup of a group is termed characteristic-potentially characteristic in if there exists a group containing such that both and are characteristic in .
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In terms of the upper-hook operator
Given two subgroup properties and , the upper-hook operator of and is defined as the following property : a subgroup of a group has property if there exists a group containing such that has property in and has property in .
The property of being strongly potentially characteristic is thus obtained by applying the upper-hook operator to the property characteristic subgroup with itself.
Relation with other properties
- Normal-potentially characteristic subgroup
- Normal-potentially relatively characteristic subgroup
- Potentially characteristic subgroup: For proof of the implication, refer Strongly potentially characteristic implies potentially characteristic and for proof of its strictness (i.e. the reverse implication being false) refer Potentially characteristic not implies strongly potentially characteristic.
- Normal subgroup: For proof of the implication, refer Characteristic-potentially characteristic implies normal and for proof of its strictness (i.e. the reverse implication being false) refer Normal not implies characteristic-potentially characteristic.
- Potentially relatively characteristic subgroup: This is a weaker notion, that turns out to be the same as normality. For full proof, refer: Potentially relatively characteristic equals normal
- Characteristic-extensible automorphism-invariant subgroup
- Normal-extensible automorphism-invariant subgroup
NO: This subgroup property is not transitive: a subgroup with this property in a subgroup with this property, need not have the property in the whole groupPLACEHOLDER FOR INFORMATION TO BE FILLED IN: [SHOW MORE]
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The problem of whether an intersection (finite or arbitrary) of subgroups with this property again has this property is an open problem.PLACEHOLDER FOR INFORMATION TO BE FILLED IN: [SHOW MORE]