Fully invariant closure

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This article defines a subgroup operator related to the subgroup property fully invariant subgroup. By subgroup operator is meant an operator that takes as input a subgroup of a group and outputs a subgroup of the same group.


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Definition

Symbol-free definition

The fully invariant closure of a subgroup in a group can be defined in any of the following equivalent ways:

  • As the intersection of all fully invariant subgroups containing the given subgroup
  • As the subgroup generated by all endomorphs to the given subgroup
  • As the set of all elements that can be written as products of finite length of elements from the subgroup and their endomorphic images

Definition with symbols

The fully invariant closure of a subgroup H in a group G, is defined in the following equivalent ways:

Relation with other operators

Related operators