Characteristic p-functor that controls normal p-complements
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Suppose is a prime number and is a characteristic p-functor. We say that controls normal -complements in a finite group if the following holds: if there exists a -Sylow subgroup , such that possesses a normal p-complement, also possesses a normal -complement.
We say that controls normal -complements in general if it controls normal -complements in every finite group.
- Characterization of minimal counterexamples to a characteristic p-functor controlling normal p-complements
- The generalized Glauberman-Thompson normal p-complement theorem gives sufficient conditions for a characteristic p-functor to control normal p-complements in every finite group.
- The Glauberman-Thompson normal p-complement theorem states that the ZJ-functor controls normal -complements for odd primes .
- The Glauberman-Solomon normal p-complement theorem states that the D*-subgroup functor controls normal -complements for odd primes .