Finitarily extensible automorphism

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Symbol-free definition

An automorphism of a group is said to be finitarily extensible if it can be extended to an automorphism of any group containing it, in which it has finite index.

When the starting group is finite, this reduces to the notion of finite-extensible automorphism.

Definition with symbols

An automorphism \sigma of a group G is said to be finitarily extensible if for any H containing G such that [H:G] is finite, there exists an automorphism \sigma' of H such that the restriction of \sigma' to G is \sigma.

Relation with other properties

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