Conjugacy class-cum-order statistics of a finite group
The conjugacy class-cum-order statistics of a finite group is a bunch of statistics that answers the question: how many conjugacy classes are there of a given size, and whose elements have a given order?
For a finite group with order , let be the set of divisors of . The conjugacy class-cum-order statistics is a function , with equals the number of conjugacy classes of with size and whose elements have order .
Relation with other statistics
Relation with subgroup-defining functions
|Subgroup-defining function||Information revealed by conjugacy class-cum-order statistics|
|Center||Determined uniquely up to isomorphism. This is because it is precisely the set of elements with conjugacy class of size one, and it is abelian, and finite abelian groups with the same order statistics are isomorphic|