ZJe-subgroup

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Definition

Let p be a prime number and P be a finite p-group. The ZJe-subgroup of P, denoted Z(J_e(P)), is defined as the center of the join of elementary abelian subgroups of maximum order (denoted J_e(P)). It is related to, but not necessarily the same as, the ZJ-subgroup, which is the center of the join of abelian subgroups of maximum order (denoted J(P)).

J_e(P) and J(P) are two of the Thompson subgroups.